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Comparative analysis of resale price maintenance

Hiroshi Nakazato

Comparative analysis of resale price maintenance

the United States, Canada, the European Union and Japan

by Hiroshi Nakazato

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • University of Toronto. -- Faculty of Law -- Dissertations.,
  • Price maintenance -- United States.,
  • Price maintenance -- Canada.,
  • Price maintenance -- European Union countries.,
  • Price maintenance -- Japan.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Hiroshi Nakazato.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 92 leaves ;
    Number of Pages92
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21624964M
    ISBN 100612687597

    Resale price maintenance (RPM) has been applied to a number of products that do not seem to require tangible presale dealer services. This article explains why RPM might exist in these instances. The scope and implications of applying retail price maintenance practices have been long debated in a number of studies which primarily base their analysis on industrial organization theory using.

    resale price maintenanc e beginning in under the so-ca lled Fa ir Trade Laws,4 and the e ffect on consumers when, in , the Congress repealed the antitrust exemptions for the Fair Trade Laws and made resale price maintenance unlawful again.5 Another panel will look at the antitrust treatment of resale price maintenance in other. Resale price maintenance (RPM) or, occasionally, retail price maintenance is the practice whereby a manufacturer and its distributors agree that the distributors will sell the manufacturer's product at certain prices (resale price maintenance), at or above a price floor (minimum resale price maintenance) or at or below a price ceiling (maximum resale price maintenance).

      This paper empirically analyzes how the use of vertical price restraints has impacted retail prices in the market for e-books. In , five of the six largest publishers simultaneously adopted the agency model of book sales, allowing them to directly set retail prices. This led the Department of Justice to file suit against the publishers in , the settlement of which prevents the. Currently pharmaceuticals are the only products, other than books, for which resale price maintenance systems have been authorised by order under the Resale Prices Act (the Act). Background ReguSariasg R e s a l e Prices for Pharmaceuticals T h e Act (ss 9 and 11) prohibits suppliers from imposing minimum resale prices on their dealers and.


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Comparative analysis of resale price maintenance by Hiroshi Nakazato Download PDF EPUB FB2

A Comparative Analysis of Antitrust Approaches to Resale Price Maintenance in China and the United States and Recommendations for China Going Forward By Yang Yang (China’s University of Political Law and Science) 1.

Resale Price Maintenance deals with selected countries: Canada, the United States of America, Sweden, Denmark, Ireland, and the United Kingdom.

The main emphasis is placed on two subjects, namely, the effects of resale price maintenance and its termination, where this has taken place, as disclosed in official and private investigations; and the development of public policy. The conventional wisdom today holds that the federal law of vertical restraints in the United States has been “harmonized.” Thanks to the U.S.

Supreme Court’s decision in Leegin, the nearly century-old per se rule that absolutely banned minimum resale price maintenance (“RPM”) has been abandoned. The more economically sound approach of the Court’s decision in Sylvania.

Resale Price Maintenancedeals with selected countries: Canada, the United States of America, Sweden, Denmark, Ireland, and the United main emphasis is placed on two subjects, namely, the effects of resale price maintenance and its termination, where this has taken place, as disclosed in official and private investigations; and the development of public policy.

‘Dr Jedlicková offers a fresh and much-needed insight on the law of resale price maintenance. She presents a sophisticated analysis of the relevant legislation and case law within a wider socio-economic contextual approach in which the very ‘justice’ of the various possible approaches is discussed.

Competition lawyers, competition economists, and policy-makers will find arguments here. This website uses cookies so that we can provide you with the best user experience possible.

Cookie information is stored in your browser and performs functions such as recognising you when you return to our website and helping our team to understand which sections of. Resale Price Maintenance The OECD Competition Committee debated the use of resale price maintenance for publications and cultural products in February This document includes an executive summary, an analytical note by Mr.

Gary Hewitt of the OECD and written submissions from. Resale price Maintenance RPM used to be a common practise for manufacturers to set a minimum price for retailers to sell their goods.

In the UK, the use of RPM was quite common in the post-war period from clothes to books, records, clothes and electronic goods. It ensured a minimum price of resale and avoided price competition.

Fixed book price (FBP) is a form of resale price maintenance applied to allows publishers to determine the price of a book at which it is to be sold to the public.

FBP can take the form of a law, mandatory to oblige by all retailers, or an agreement between publishers and example of a fixed book price law is French Lang Law, and the former Net Book Agreement in the.

This is resale price maintenance; but taking away the right of retailers to set their own prices is prohibited under the Act on Prohibition of Private Monopolization and Maintenance of Fair Trade. However, exceptional measures permit resale price maintenance for books, newspapers, music CDs, and some other items.

rule against minimum resale price maintenance embraced in Dr. Miles. Why. The Court’s Rationale • Vertical price and non-price restraints are largely indistinguishable (extend Sylvania ()) • Vertical and horizontal price agreements are distinguishable • Although RPM can be anticompetitive, it can also serve legitimate purposes.

Price maintenance, also called resale price maintenance, measures taken by manufacturers or distributors to control the resale prices of their products charged by practice is more effective in retail sales than at other levels of marketing. Only a few types of goods have come under such controls, the leading examples being drugs and pharmaceuticals, books, photographic supplies.

‘Comparative Competition Law provides a welcome scholarly examination of the key global issues that impact the way law and policy operate, as the proliferation of anti-trust regimes over the past 25 years has led to a global recognition of competition law.’ – Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor, Richmond Green Chambers, UK.

resale prices. Resale price maintenance (RPM) has been the traditional designation of supplier practices concerning resale prices, however, in both EU and US antitrust law, maximum and recommended resale prices are subject to effects-analysis and normally lawful; hence, in the scholarship the controversy focuses on fi xed and minimum resale.

Books; Events; Archives. CPI Journal; Library; Basic Elements for Analyzing Resale Price Maintenance. Ding Wenlian - Octo Facebook. Twitter. Linkedin. Email. Print. A Comparative Analysis of Antitrust Approaches to Resale Price Maintenance in China and the CPI. While more research is required to confirm this analysis, it is relevant wherever there is debate about retention of resale price maintenance for books.

It also supports the argument for case by case consideration of resale price maintenance, rather than condemnation on principle. The Economics of Resale Price Maintenance & Implications for Competition Law and Policy. Remarks of Joshua D. Wright ∗ Commissioner, Federal Trade Commission.

before the. British Institute of International and Comparative Law. London, United Kingdom. April 9, Good evening. Thank you for the kind introduction and warm welcome. I am. Since the promulgation of the Anti-Monopoly Law in China inthe administrative agencies and the courts have adopted different standards when applying the AML to resale price maintenance.

Manufacturers use resale price maintenance even when there is no free-riding as a way to compensate retailers efficiently for promotional services (such as stocking, shelf space, and point-of-sale selling efforts) that induce incremental manufacturer sales. Retailers must be separately compensated by manufacturers for supplying these promotional services when the services have large interbrand.

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1. Introduction. Resale Price Maintenance (RPM) can be defined as price restrictions enforced by upstream marketers (often manufacturers) to prevent resellers (often distributors or retailers) from charging more or less than the upstream marketers would prefer (Kaufmann,Fabricant,Grewal and Compeau,Gundlach et al., ).Although RPM agreements have historically.

Resale price maintenance a price in which the manufacturer and distributor or retail mutually agree that the re-seller of the product will sell it at or above the minimum resale price or at or below maximum resale price.

Maximum resale price is the price ceiling and minimum resale price is price floor. A re-seller of the product (retailer or distributor) cannot sell the product above price.s the name implies, resale price maintenance (RPM) is an express agreement between a supplier and dis - tributor that sets a maximum or minimum price (or both) at which the distributor can sell the supplier’s products.

This sounds like a practical approach for a supplier want-ing to control its products’ prices. But § 1 of the Sherman Act.