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Cooperating on Competition in Transatlantic Economic Relations
The Politics of Dispute Prevention. International Political Economy Series
In this in-depth study, Damro explains the creation of a formal cooperative framework for preventing disputes in transatlantic competition policy. The findings suggest that, while regulators remain constrained by domestic institutions, they play an important role in explaining why the cooperative framework is largely a discretionary one.
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'This is a scholarly and well-thought-out piece of work. Damro knows a great deal about the practice of competition regulation in the transatlantic region.' Alan P. Dobson, European Foreign Affairs Review