Anti-trust Practice, Policy and Law: Creating International Competitive Advantage

HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute
En Central London (Inglaterra)

4001-5000

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  • Central london (Inglaterra)
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    5 Days
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Limited Objectives. By the end of specified learning, delegates must be able to: Define antitrust. Discuss Adam's Smith perspective of monopoly. Explain the concept of Roman legislation and monopoly. Demonstrate a heightened understanding about renaissance and monopoly.
Suitable for: This course is specifically designed for: Antitrust Regulators. Ethics Regulators. Monopoly Regulators. Merger and Acquisition Departments. Chief Executives. Company Directors. General Managers. Fair Trading Officers. Anti-Dumping Regulators. Sales Executives. Relationship Managers. Government Officials. Sales Officers. Employees with interest in Ethics, Competition, Fair Trading, National, International and Global Trade

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Requisitos: Degree or Work Experience

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Central London
Carburton Street, W1W 5EE, London, Inglaterra
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IT Law
Trading
IT
Ethics
Sales
Perspective
International
Law
Sales Training

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Module 1: Antitrust: A Historical Perspective

Contents, Concepts and Issues 

      -Defining Antitrust

      -Adam Smith’s Perspective of Monopoly

      -Roman Legislation and Monopoly

      -The Renaissance and Monopoly

      -Middle Ages Britain and Monopoly

      -The Bohemian Legislation

 

Module 2: Monopoly: A Theoretical Perspective

Contents, Concepts and Issues

      -Classical Perspective to Monopoly and Antitrust

      -Neoclassical Perspective to Monopoly and Antitrust

      -Chicago School’s Approach to Monopoly and Antitrust

Module 3: Antitrust in Context

Contents, Concepts and Issues

      -Antitrust: Reform vs. Mobilization

      -Antitrust and Competition

      -Antitrust in Germany and Japan

      -Antitrust in the Oil and Gas, and Steal Industry

Module 4: Contemporary Antitrust 

Contents, Concepts and Issues

      -Monopoly and Antitrust

      -Duopoly

      -Oligopoly

      -Fair Competition

      -Antitrust: A Contemporary Perspective

      -US Antitrust Law

      -British Antitrust Legislation and Enforcement Bodies

      -Antitrust in Mergers and Acquisitions

      -International Antitrust Enforcement System