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|Title:||The Appraisal of Discriminatory Trade Practices by the Canadian Restrictive Trade Practices Commission|
|Authors:||Lawson, James John|
|Advisor:||Maule, C. J.|
|Abstract:||<p>The Restrictive Trade Practices Commission exists in Canada to provide an objective appraisal of the effects of particular practices on the public interest, divorced from the actual procedure of prosecution under the Combines Investigation Act. The work examines from the Commission's published reports the appraisal by the Commission of discriminatory trade practices.</p> <p>The history of the legislation and the development of the Restrictive Trade Practices Commission are discussed, to indicate the Commission's terms of reference. A chapter is then devoted to an economic analysis of discriminatory practices, and its conclusions are used to criticise strongly the Commission's appraisal of such practices.</p>|
|Appears in Collections:||Open Access Dissertations and Theses|
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