visión de conjunto:Reseña del editor Whish and Bailey's Competition Law is the definitive textbook on this subject. An authoritative treatment of competition law is paired with an easy-to-follow writing style to make this book a comprehensive guide to the subject; essential reading for law students practitioners and officials. The authors explain the purpose of competition policy introduce the reader to key concepts and techniques in competition law and provide insights into the numerous different issues that arise when analysing market behaviour. Describing the law in its economic and market context they particularly consider the competition law implications of business phenomena including distribution agreements licences of intellectual property rights cartels joint ventures and mergers. The book assimilates a wide variety of resources including judgments decisions guidelines and periodical literature. An authoritative treatment of competition law is paired with an easy-to-follow writing style to make this book a comprehensive guide to the subject regularly used in universities law firms economic consultancies competition authorities and courts. Clear detailed and analytical this is an unparalleled guide and stand-alone resource on competition law. Contraportada Definitive and clear authoritative and comprehensive; the stand alone resource on competition law for students and practitioners written by the leading academics in the field. Biografía del autor Richard Whish QC (Hon) was a Professor of Law at King's College London from 1991 to 2013 and became Emeritus Professor there in 2013; in 2014 he was appointed QC Honoris Causa. David Bailey is a Barrister and a Visiting Professor of Law at King's College London.