[automatically translated] The antitrust law is born in the United States as a declination of the principles of common law regarding the protection of freedom of contract. Its evolution, however, the distances significantly from that array, but the problems of the definition of the contractual content overwhelmingly emerge where, as in terms of the treatment refusal to deal, reasonableness of performance and protection of competition are closely intertwined. They then analyzed the modern methodologies proposed for the correct pricing of access to an essential resource.
|Title of host publication||Contratto e antitrust|
|Publication status||Published - 2008|