Damages actions in competition law in Ireland : why and how?
Citation:David McFadden, 'Damages actions in competition law in Ireland : why and how?', [thesis], Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). School of Law, 2011, pp 433
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The Methodology employed in the research for this thesis involved reading the vast literature available in various law journals, as well as in reports, speeches, submissions, studies and so forth. The starting point for this research was the Green and White Papers on antitrust damages and the accompanying Staff Working Documents published by the European Commission, together with the various Studies, Reports, National Reports and Submissions made to the Commission during its antitrust damages initiative. This exercise was repeated with regard to the recent review of antitrust law in the United States which resulted in the publication of the Antitrust Modernization Commission ('AMC') Report in 2007. The AMC consultation and its Report started an equally wide ranging debate to that carried out in Europe by the Commission, and helped generate a wealth of materials which were a rich source for this thesis.
Author: McFadden, David
Qualification name:Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
Publisher:Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). School of Law
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