Is the relevant EU legislation regarding competition law on mergers effective in preventing mergers that result in a dominant market position? Or is the Commission exceeding its competence in its application of legislation causing it to be ineffective in light of relevant case law?

 
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2016 (EL)
Is the relevant EU legislation regarding competition law on mergers effective in preventing mergers that result in a dominant market position? Or is the Commission exceeding its competence in its application of legislation causing it to be ineffective in light of relevant case law? (EN)

Sheridan, Alexandra (EN)

School of Economics, Business Administration and Legal Studies, LLM in Transnational and European Commercial Law, Mediation, Arbitration and Energy Law (EL)
Trouli, Emmanuela Dr (EN)
Pavlos, Masouros Dr (EN)
Metaxas, A Dr (EN)

This dissertation was written as part of the LLM in Transnational and European Commercial Law at the International Hellenic University. This dissertation is primarily concerned with the question is the competition legislation in relation to merger control effective in preventing mergers that result in a dominant market position or whether the Commission is exceeding its competence in its application of it causing it to become ineffective in the light of relevant case law. Looking at the current legislation, the role of the Commission, the judicial review procedure available, statistics and the relevant literature, it will conclude that the legislation is sufficient as the Commission has successfully prohibited mergers in a dominant position, and that it rarely exceeds in competence in this area, and that in those instances the judicial review procedure available is sufficient to remedy this. Although changes may be warranted in this area they are yet to come to fruition. Therefore, merger control in the context of the European Union and the commissions role within this area can be said to be appropriate. I would like to acknowledge my supervisor Dr Pavlos Masouros for his advice, guidance and support. To my family and friends who have given me encouragement and the belief to complete this dissertation. Without you all I couldn’t have done it. Thank you. (EN)

masterThesis

competition law (EN)
European Commission (EN)
mergers (EN)

Διεθνές Πανεπιστήμιο της Ελλάδος (EL)
International Hellenic University (EN)

2016-02-03


IHU (EN)



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