Cartels, markets and crime :
a normative justification for the criminalisation of economic collusion /
|Main Creator:||Wardhaugh, Bruce, 1960-|
"As a means of industrial organization, cartels have had mixed acceptance in Europe after the end of the Industrial Revolution. In the late Nineteenth Century there were approximately four industry-wide cartels operating in Germany. By 1923, the figure had grown to over 1,500. Such organizations were a common, legal and (often) encouraged means of facilitating industrial and national development" -- Provided by publisher.
Cambridge antitrust and competition law series.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 316-334) and index.
Physical description: xxx, 348 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
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