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EC Merger Regulaon in Small Market Economies. throughout the book to other small market economies from within.

EC Merger Regulaon in Small Market Economies. This book provides a crical analysis of merger control regimes in. the former socialist countries, including Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Slovenia and Slovakia; looking at the unique challenges facing these. dicules the former socialist countries with small market. Dr Jurgita Malinauskaite is a lecturer in law at Brunel University, where she teaches Compeon Law at. both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

Malinauskaite, J. (2011). Merger Control in Post-Communist Countries

Malinauskaite, J. Merger Control in Post-Communist Countries. This book provides a critical analysis of merger control regimes in the former socialist countries with small market economies, looking at the unique challenges facing these economies. Questions will be asked as to what extent these countries have had to follow dictation from the EU and whether this implementation of EU merger control rules has been justified from the point of view of these countries' economic situations.

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EC Merger Regulation in Small Market Economies. by Jurgita Malinauskaite. (2010) 'Merger control in post-communist countries: EC merger regulation in small market economies'. Malinauskaite, J. (2006) 'Product market definition in Competition law: a case study of Lithuania'

Malinauskaite, J. ISSN 10: 0203841107 ISSN 13: 978-0-415-48653-8. (2006) 'Product market definition in Competition law: a case study of Lithuania'. pp. 195 - 199. Journal article. By: Jurgita Malinauskaite. Publisher: Routledge. Print ISBN: 9780415813266, 0415813263. eText ISBN: 9781136896385, 1136896384.

Malinauskaite J (2010) Merger control in post-communist countries: EC merger regulation in small market economies. Malinauskaite J (2016) Public EU competition law enforcement in small ‘newer’ Member States: addressing the challenges. Compet Law Rev 12(1):19–52Google Scholar. Martyniszyn M, Bernatt M (2019) Implementing a competition law system – three decades of Polish Experience.

Автор: Malinauskaite, Jurgita Название: Merger Control in Post-Communist Countries .

Описание: Provides a critical analysis of merger control regimes in the former socialist countries with small market economies, looking at the unique challenges facing these economies. This book analyses the merger control regimes in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, Slovenia and Slovakia.

This book provides a critical analysis of merger control regimes in the former socialist countries with small market economies, looking at the unique challenges facing these economies. Questions will be asked as to what extent these countries have had to follow dictation from the EU and whether this implementation of EU merger control rules has been justified from the point of view of these countries' economic situations.

The book will analyse the merger control regimes in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, Slovenia and Slovakia. However, reference will be made to other small market economies of the EU including Cyprus, Ireland, Luxembourg and Malta in order to evaluate the particular difficulties the former socialist countries with small market economies have had in the implementation and further development of merger control rules.