International competition law, Business Law and Ethics

Select a specific industry or corporation and analyse the factors that determine a competitive or anticompetitive outcome;
 
 - Factors such as profit motives interacting with the legislative, social, political environment and relative weight of each in determining the outcome should be closely examined;
 
-  Analyse the corporate governance environment and structure in so far as these are relevant elements in compelling or inducing competitive or monopolistic tendencies;
 
- Present a synthesis of the above into a coherent conclusion regarding relevant competition law issues pertaining to the project at hand.
 
Report Structure:
- executive summary
- contents
- introduction
- sections ( as appropriate)
- conclusions
- references
- appendices
 
Note: Please forward a synopsis of maxim 500 words describing the aims, methods and expected outcome of the project should be submitted at the end of February.

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