Competition & Development

Posts about the multifaceted relationship between competition policy and development.

Democracy and prosperity: What can antitrust do to maintain or create an open economy?

By Francisco Beneke

Competition law and economic development – A universal solution?

By Francisco Beneke

Hipster antitrust

By Francisco Beneke

How do you measure competition policy’s performance?

By Francisco Beneke

US: It looks like Democrats want a public interest clause in merger control

By Francisco Beneke

The relationship between antitrust and equitable growth

By Francisco Beneke

Why We Need Antitrust Law to Work: Some Thoughts on South Africa and El Salvador

By Francisco Beneke

Concrete Antitrust Economics

By Francisco Beneke

Development and Competition: a Useful Tool for Salvadoran Growth

By Flor A. Calvo

What Does Being a Developing Country Mean and What Does that Have to Do with Antitrust?

By Francisco Beneke

How Can Competition Law Enforcement in the Digital Economy Help in the Fight Against Poverty?

By Amine Mansour

The Fear of Market Concentration, the Legacy of the Chicago School of Antitrust, and Political Influence of Firms – Lessons for Developing Countries

By Francisco Beneke

The Concentration of Economic and Political power: A Priority for Competition Law and Policy in Developing Countries?

By Amine Mansour

Does Competition Policy Promote Development?

By Francisco Beneke

The Focus of Competition Policy in Developing Countries

By Francisco Beneke

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