3 edition of International cartels in business history found in the catalog.
by University of Tokyo Press
Written in English
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Business and economics research advisor, BERA: A series of guides produced by Specialists in the Business Reference Section of the Science, Technology & Business Division that serves as reference and research guides for subjects related to business and economics. Issue 5/6 covers the oil and gas industry. (Business Reference Services; Science, Technology, and Business . International cartels were of limited concern given the insulation of the United States to international markets. This status of antitrust was particularly unresolved in the s, as conflicts raged among factions in the New Deal and Franklin D. Roosevelt's recovery initiatives rarely sent a consistent message.
Second, we take a cross-section sample of all international cartels prosecuted by the U.S. and EU in the s and ask how price-fixing conspiracies may have affected developing country consumers. This two-pronged approach gives a more complete picture of the varied direct and indirect effects of international cartels on developing countries. This book is principally concerned with the modern era of cartels. It goes beyond the singular example of petroleum and OPEC to examine the structure of international commodity markets for bauxite (aluminum ore), cocoa, coffee, rubber, sugar, and tin, and the conditions that led to the formation of cartels in those markets during the latter Brand: Taylor And Francis.
This book is inspired by the international movement towards the criminalisation of cartel conduct over the last decade. Led by US enforcers, criminalisation has been supported by a growing number of regulators and governments. It derives its support from the simple yet forceful proposition that criminal sanctions, particularly jail time, are the most effective deterrent to . A series of international cartels have been brought to justice, billions of dollars of fines have been levied, and hundreds of executives have been jailed. A huge percentage of cases in recent decades have relied on information that came, directly or .
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Get this from a library. International cartels in business history: proceedings of the Fuji Conference. [Akira Kudō; Terushi Hara;] -- Of the concluding discussion /. A cartel is a group of independent market participants who collude with each other in order to improve their profits and dominate the market.
Cartels are usually associations in the same sphere of business, and thus an alliance of rivals. Most jurisdictions consider it. Despite its relative brevity, this is a dense book that covers a wide range of topics relating to the history and theory of multinational business, each in a balanced but succinct manner.
Consequently, it would be an oversimplification to suggest that it embraces a particular set of themes or line of argument. International cartels in business history / Terushi Hara and Akira Kudō.
Comment / Hiroaki Yamazaki. Response / Terushi Hara and Akira Kudō; The international dyestuffs cartel,with special reference to the developing areas of Europe and Japan / Harm G. Schröter. Comment / Jun Sakudō. Response / Harm G. Schröter. Online shopping for Books from a great selection of Economics, Management & Leadership, Marketing & Sales, Processes & Infrastructure, Skills, Industries & more International cartels in business history book everyday low prices.
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There were several such organizations in a thriving condition some years before the war, including the Franco-Belgian group of plate glass manufacturers which was set up inthe borax organization, established in and comprising interests in Germany, France, Austria, Great Britain and the United Author: Julius Klein.
The book opens with a brief overview of the traditional international cartel. literature. However, the book is not about international cartels, per se, and. so this material is rather perfunctory. The introduction spends most of its. time setting up the US anti-trust position through an.
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Gulf Cartel (The oldest. Book Description. Aluminium was one of most cartelised industries in the international economic panorama of the 20th century. Born following the discovery of electrolytic smelting process inthis industry, even in its infancy, established a. Books shelved as cartels: The Power of the Dog by Don Winslow, El Narco: Inside Mexico's Criminal Insurgency by Ioan Grillo, The Cartel by Ashley Antoine.
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International cartels revisited: relating to the history of business development and international economic order. [Dominique Barjot; Centre de recherche d'histoire quantitative (Caen, France);]. International cartels, dumping, private market access barriers, and mergers between international firms subject to multi-agency review are discussed.
Topics include the harmonization and coordination of competition laws, cooperation between enforcement agencies, international judicial assistance, and the role of trade agreements and the WTO in. Buy International Cartels in Business History by Akira Kudo, Terushi Hara from Waterstones today.
Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages: international cartel: A formal agreement between two or more companies or countries that agree on certain ideas and operate internationally.
The cartel will typically agree to coordinate pricing and marketing standards with the intention of gaining a monopoly status. Books shelved as drug-cartels: American Dirt by Jeanine Cummins, Breathless #1 by Pat Shand, Love Plus One by Andrea Smith, Gone by James Patterson, and. In the past several years, people all over the world have come to realize that cartels, and particularly international cartels, are a true scourge of the world economy.
Last year, for example, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development approved a Council Recommendation Concerning Effective Action Against Hard Core Cartels.
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Thank you for your :. This book is principally concerned with the modern era of cartels. It goes beyond the singular example of petroleum and OPEC to examine the structure of international commodity markets for bauxite (aluminum ore), cocoa, coffee, rubber, sugar, and tin, and the conditions that led to the formation of cartels in those markets during the latter.In the age of multinationals, a study of cartels strikes an archaic chord.
But Brazilian manufacturer Mirow and American journalist Maur maintain that 19th-century-type cartels-formal agreements between companies that set prices, divide up market shares, exchange patents, etc.- .Cartel, International an agreement (alliance) among monopolies or firms from different countries (but operating primarily in one economic sector) to divide up markets and sources of raw materials, establish monopoly prices, exploit patents, and take other steps to obtain maximum profits.
International cartels also include domestic cartels and other.