Competition in UK Law

  • Warlord Competition
    • No. 39-4, July 2002
    • Journal of Peace Research
    Warlords compete for turf that provides them with rents and `taxable' resources, but they can also offer a semblance of security within their respective territories. This article first examines two...
  • Competition
    • No. 28-4, September 1981
    • Probation Journal
  • Stiff competition.
    • No. 2009, May - March 2009
    • Financial Management (UK)
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  • Healthy competition.
    • No. 2002, May 2002
    • Financial Management (UK)
    • Cassell, Merrill
    • Letters
    ...Derek Murphy makes a good point about healthcare (Letters, October 2002). There is an ongoing debate about whether health services are a private or a public good. Private medical services are efficient and quick, but costly. Public medicine is cheape......
  • Collusion, Competition and Democracy
    • No. 12-1, January 2000
    • Journal of Theoretical Politics
    In the first part of this work, published in the Journal of Theoretical Politics 11(4), I discussed the nature of competitive interaction as opposed to other types of social interaction such as con...
  • Collusion, Competition and Democracy
    • No. 11-4, October 1999
    • Journal of Theoretical Politics
    This article deals with the concept and the problem of political competition and collusion with particular reference to democratic accountability and responsiveness. It starts with a discussion of ...
  • Tax evasion and competition
    • No. 58-5, November 2011
    • Scottish Journal of Political Economy
    Using a Cournot oligopoly model with an endogenous number of firms and evasion of indirect taxes, we show that more intense competition may have the negative side effect of increasing tax evasion, ...
  • Competition issues in European banking
    • No. 17-2, May 2009
    • Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance
    • 119-133
    Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to assess the outcome of European Union (EU) deregulation and competition policies on the competitive conditions of the main EU banking markets. Design/method...
  • Revised Model Bill on Competition
    • Criminal Law Issues
    • Roundtable Discussions
    • Commonwealth Secretariat
    • 241-290
  • Does Tax Competition Reduce Corruption?
    • No. 63-4, September 2016
    • Scottish Journal of Political Economy
    A vast literature asserts that competition among jurisdictions can mitigate corruption. However, empirical studies do not fully support such a conventional view. This paper points out a drawback of...
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