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coming to terms

Coming to terms often includes term limits.


Is competition inevitable (and is that a bad thing)?

Some of Weber’s definitions:  (38)

  • Conflict– a social action oriented intentionally to carrying out the actor’s own will against the resistance of the other party or parties…
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Myanmar | International Agreements and Memberships

International Agreements | Trade Agreements

The government of Myanmar is entering into an increasing number of international agreements and investment treaties. To date it has signed bi-lateral investment protection agreements with China, India, Kuwait, Laos, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam. 131 more words

The Cost of Collusion

The Competition Bulletin is pleased to welcome a guest blog from Louise Freeman of King & Wood Mallesons LLP. Louise specialises in (among other things) complex competition litigation. 809 more words

Competition Law Blog

The Fault or Default

The default state for humans is calmness, ie. when things are humming along.
Anger, annoyance and frustration are not accepted by us as the default state. 80 more words


Bases of Legitimacy

The actors may ascribe legitimacy to a social order by virtue of:

  1. tradition: valid is that which has always been;
  2. affectual, especially emotional, faith: valid is that which is newly revealed or exemplary;
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