DERE-3207 Competition Right
The main objective in this course, in its version of restrictive practices, is that students learn the economic concepts upon which its rules are based. Similarly, students will understand corporate behaviors from the perspective of their repercussions for the entrepreneur and the market. Therefore, developing the skills to analyze corporate behaviors from a microeconomic viewpoint (basic level) is the main purpose of this part of the course. The second objective of this section is that students understand the origin and historical evolution of the antitrust legislation, especially in the United States, because this is the basis for many competition regulations in today’s world, and particularly in Colombia.
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