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Competition law implications of private regulation in lifestyle policy


Mataija, Mislav
Competition law implications of private regulation in lifestyle policy // Knjiga: Alberto Alemanno, Amandine Garde (ur.), Regulating Lifestyle Risks in Europe (Cambridge University Press, očekuje se 2014.) (2014) (znanstveni, poslan)


Naslov
Competition law implications of private regulation in lifestyle policy

Autori
Mataija, Mislav

Vrsta, podvrsta
Radovi u časopisima, znanstveni

Izvornik
Knjiga: Alberto Alemanno, Amandine Garde (ur.), Regulating Lifestyle Risks in Europe (Cambridge University Press, očekuje se 2014.) (2014)

Status rada
Poslan

Ključne riječi
Private regulation; lifestyle risks; competition law

Sažetak
The European Union and national governments have, in recent years, explored a number of regulatory avenues for promoting healthier lifestyles beyond command and control regulation and taxation. One tool that is increasingly being explored is private regulation – either self-regulation or co- regulation in partnership with public actors. An obstacle these schemes may encounter is the possible application of EU or national competition law. A straightforward price-fixing agreement Information exchanges, joint promotion campaigns or standard-setting for higher quality food or less harmful substances in cigarettes are all complicated but still potentially problematic examples. In this paper, I discuss how these voluntary arrangements are likely to fare under EU competition law, focusing especially on Art 101 (agreements and decisions of associations of undertakings) and only incidentally on Art 102 TFEU (unilateral abuse of a dominant position). I also discuss how they should be designed in order to escape competition law scrutiny. I also link this discussion to some broader issues of competition enforcement. Industry initiatives that promote public health, among others, highlight the tension between a narrow and more workable reading and a broader, more flexible but messier reading of competition law disciplines.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Pravo



POVEZANOST RADA


Projekt / tema
066-0661428-1101 - Konvergencija prava, pristupanje EU i pravna kultura - javnopravna dimenzija (Siniša Rodin, )

Ustanove
Pravni fakultet, Zagreb

Autor s matičnim brojem:
Mislav Mataija, (295296)

Citiraj ovu publikaciju

Mataija, Mislav
Competition law implications of private regulation in lifestyle policy // Knjiga: Alberto Alemanno, Amandine Garde (ur.), Regulating Lifestyle Risks in Europe (Cambridge University Press, očekuje se 2014.) (2014) (znanstveni, poslan)
Mataija, M. (2014) Competition law implications of private regulation in lifestyle policy. Poslan u Knjiga: Alberto Alemanno, Amandine Garde (ur.), Regulating Lifestyle Risks in Europe (Cambridge University Press, očekuje se 2014.). [Preprint].
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