Washington University Global Studies Law Review
This Article explores how institutions in developing countries shape competition policy-making and regulatory reform, the implications of this process on the adoption of a pro-market strategy to promote development, and the implications of its application to a country transitioning from a command economy to a market economy such as China.
Ignacio De León,
Institutional Analysis of Competition Policy in Transition and Developing Countries: The Lessons from Latin America,
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