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Notes From a Small Island: Natural Justice and the Institutional Design and Practice of Competition Authorities and Appellate Courts

Robert O'Donoghue and Tim Johnston

CPI Journal, 2014, vol. 10

Abstract: The relationship between the institutional design, decision-making powers, and policy-making functions of competition authorities raises a diverse range of complex issues. This article starts from the optimistic—not to mention extremely presumptuous—position of trying to use the concepts of natural justice and procedural fairness as developed in the United Kingdom as something of a template for good practice and institutional design in competition law decision-making and appeals generally.

JEL-codes: L11 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2014
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