Antitrust in the Groceries Sector & Liability Issues in Relation to Corporate Social Responsibility [electronic resource] /
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AbstractThe book provides an analysis of the grocery retail market in a very large number of countries with an international report written by an economist. The second part of the book offers the analysis of liability issues in relation to non-compliance with CSRs with an international report by a British barrister. Both topics are very timely.
Part I Antitrust in the Groceries Sector: Frederic Jenny, International Report -- Barbora Jedličková and Julie Clarke, Australia -- Gerhard Fussenegger, Austria -- Jan Blockx, Belgium -- José Carlos da Matta Berardo and Bruno Bastos Becker, Brazil -- Anton Petrov, Bulgaria -- Alexandr Svetlicinii, Estonia -- Mikko Huimala and Suzanne Simon-Bellamy, Finland -- Nizar Lajnef, France -- Marco Hartmann-Rüppel, Germany -- Tihamer Toth, Hungary -- Alessandro Raffaelli, Italy -- Kenta Sugimoto, Noriko Itai and Shigeshi Tanaka, Japan -- Sarah Beeston, Jessey Liauw-A-Joe, Suzan Lap, The Netherlands -- Anca Buta Muşat, Romania -- Lars Henriksson, Sweden -- Bernhard Lauterburg, Switzerland -- Timur Bondaryev and Lana Sinichkina, Ukraine -- Daniel Piccinin, United Kingdom -- Katherine Mereand-Sinha, Howard Bergman and Donald I. Baker, United States of America -- Part II Liability Issues in Relation to Corporate Social Responsibility: Guy Tritton, International Report -- Max W. Mosing, Austria -- Laurie Caucheteux and Michaëla Roegiers, Belgium -- Paulo Parente, Brazil -- Véronique Sélinsky and Linda Arcelin-Lécuyer, France -- Susanne Augenhofer, Germany -- Ádám Liber, Gusztáv Bacher, Lilla Tóth, Orsolya Hambalkó, Anikó Keller, Ágnes Komári, Tamás Kostyánszki and Katalin Szamosi, Hungary -- Linda Brugioni, Italy -- Aleksandra Wędrychowska-Karpińska, Poland -- Igor Svechkar, Ukraine -- Jonathan Moss, United Kingdom.
The book provides an analysis of the grocery retail market in a very large number of countries with an international report written by an economist. The second part of the book offers the analysis of liability issues in relation to non-compliance with CSRs with an international report by a British barrister. Both topics are very timely.
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