Czarny, Mariusz Poland Unknown Project Manager Building Consultancy @ Czerwińska Nojszewska, Patrycja Poland Warsaw. Monopoly – exercises 1 Exercise (E. Czarny, E. Nojszewska, Mikroekonomia – zbiór zada ń) The monopolist’s inverse demand function is given by: P (q). Exercise (E. Czarny, E. Nojszewska, Mikroekonomia – zbiór zada ń) The price elasticity of demand for the good produced by a monopoly is equal to –3.

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Article and further developed by a Regulation of the Council of Ministers of January How important is an economic analysis for the results of anti-cartel proceedings considering that they are prohibited per se, that is, absolu Less.

Cartels may be organised in different ways. Fines imposed for the use of monopolistic practices fail to perform that function in Poland while their importance is growing in terms of fostering the awareness of entrepreneurs concerning the obligation to observe competition law.

Market decisions made by one oligopolist influence the decisions made by others. In the second stage, an analysis of the trade policy of the companies participating in an alleged cartel is undertaken nojszewwka its consistency assessed with an operating scheme of a cartel agreement described in the economics of competition law. It was analysed by the UOKiK in its explanatory proceedings concerning fuel prices at local gas stations28 discontinued nojxzewska the end, when the uniformization retail prices was found to be the result of parallel actions of gas station owners or price following.

The collision of rational business with competition law results in adverse external effects characteristic for market failure. Competition authorities are thus required 10 Ibidem, p.

Kelly Publishers, USA Turn it on to take full advantage of this site, then refresh the page. An economic analysis of their trade policies, of the optimization of distributional logistics and of the relationship between the volume of production and the demand level on a relevant market, may ultimately prove that their market conduct is shaped by the interdependence of business decisions made czarnny a transparent market.

Yearbook of Antitrust and Regulatory Studies.

Nevertheless, the focus has now clearly shifted towards cartels especially since the Act of has eliminated motions Articles 49 and 86 in favour of an ex officio initiation of competition law proceedings.


Related publications Share Embed Add to favorites Comments. New and effective source of mojszewska is the leniency policy, which was introduced in the European Union inand has been in force in Poland since Competition law should be applied only in cases when the competition authority can prove the existence of an overt collusion but not in cases of tacit ones.

Third, the volume of production is related to natural markets and their demand. This paradigm, also known to organisation and management theory, leads to the conclusion that companies nojsezwska within the limits set by market structure Motta, Competition Policy…, p.

Additional demand for cheaper goods may only be satisfied subject to production increase.

Mentioned here should be however the administrative weaknesses formulated by J. The economics of competition law clearly differentiates between interdependence of market behaviour in an oligopolistic market and agreements between competitors that restrict competition by fixing prices, production quotas, market.

It is long since it was noted that, in a transparent market, conscious parallelism may appear as a consequence of independent decisions of businesses operating in that market concerning their prices and production volumes It is likely that the weak discipline of Polish cartels results from a general lack of social capital the inability to co-operate among Poles in various areas including, most probably, also cartel agreements.

However, while private enforcement is popular in the US and gaining importance in Europe, the lengthiness of court suits remains a strongly deterrent for private enforcement in Poland.

Competition law is aimed against strategic barriers built by incumbents in their relevant markets. Does growing market concentration and resulting transparency increase the significance of the economic approach to the evaluation of market effects of the behaviour of business? The absolute prohibition of cartels results from the fact that they lead to the monopolisation of the economy that restricts or even eliminates competition with all the negative consequences nojszeqska.

Calaméo – Economic Approach to Counteracting Cartels

For instance, if a company using its dominant position in a relevant market increases its prices above the level found in a competitive market, then mojszewska high level of monopolistic yield encourages market entry by potential competitors.


Since then 16 leniency notices have been filed with the Office. Analysis and Antitrust Implications, New Yorkp. Structural barriers result from technological processes and translate into economic terms of demand for material, personal and financial resources the size of which differs in various sectors thus they are called objective barriers.

The programme was enacted in Poland in February Law: Nojzsewska the effects of such parallelism may indeed be similar to those associated with agreements between czaeny, however the mechanism of obtaining those results is different. The more sophisticated the management structure of a cartel, the higher the costs of its activity but, the greater also its effectiveness and stability thanks to better enforcement of discipline concerning the implementation of the agreement.

The economic concept of market failures justifies the implementation of competition law in order to limit or eliminate negative external effects of business activities. The price game played by oligopolists forces competitors to reduce costs and may eliminate weakest players thus increasing market concentration as well as transparency of czarnny relevant market.

Economic Approach to Counteracting Cartels

This is essential for increasing market transparency which may be facilitated by the following factors: Second, market division may result from agreements but not always does seeing as transport coasts should also be taken into consideration. The nojsxewska theory, used by the economics of competition law, has at its disposal many concepts and instruments for the evaluation of market effects of an identified collusion or for excluding the existence of such an agreement on a given relevant market.

Counteracting cartels in the decisions of the President of the Office of Competition and Consumers Protection The majority of the decisions of the Polish UOKiK, known as the Antimonopoly Office betweenconcerns the preventive monitoring of concentrations and a small percentage relates to cartels anti-competitive horizontal agreements.

In the latter case, competition law shall not be applicable because, even though its market effects may seem similar to those of an overt collusion, entrepreneurs have neither met nor agreed upon their actions