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It might also mean that there is something wrong with economic analysis (either because economic analysis is insufficiently developed or because it is not relevant as a guide for designing or implementating competition policy and law). Therefore this second implicit assumption also needs to be discussed. The legitimate goals of competition law and competition policy Defining the legitimate goals of competition policy and competition law has been the subject of an intense debate in recent years.
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It is fair to say that the populist view of competition policy which in many countries was the dominant view until the end of the 1970s has since given way to a generally more subtle interpretation of competition laws that is more in line with economic analysis. Competition law and policy 21 In certain international fora, such as the OECD, a great deal of attention has been devoted to the (micro-)economic analysis of market mechanisms. This has led such organizations to promote competition policy and law and marketoriented reforms.
Ghazali's Unique Unknowable God by F. Shehadi