According to two authors, achieving compliance with competition laws is a question of “incentives to promote compliance and to promote the ethical value of compliance.”1 This Discussion Paper addresses the question of “Incentives to Comply with Competition Laws.” It addresses this topic in three steps. First, this Discussion Paper asks about the meaning of “compliance” and considers theoretical questions related to efforts at compliance. Second, this Discussion Paper addresses analytic ambiguity of competition law and other challenges to the achievement of a robust compliance culture. Third, this Discussion Paper asks – as among private enterprises subject to the laws, public overseers enforcing the laws, or individual actors engaged in conduct that implicates the laws – whose responsibility is compliance.
Incentives to Comply with Competition Law,
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