The directions of improvement of a competition policy on the basis of development of contract forms of joint activity of small and large business
Автор: Serebriakova N.A., Simonova E.V.
Рубрика: Экономика и управление
Статья в выпуске: 4 (62), 2014 года.
The analysis of the foreign economic theory and practice of antimonopoly regulation, the principles of the Russian civil law and the antitrust law, allows to formulate a number of the basic principles and approaches to an assessment of influence of different types of the contract relations on efficiency of use of public resources, welfare of consumers and the competitive environment, the research basis presented in this article also consists in it. Support of the competition is guaranteed by the Constitution of the Russian Federation, is one of bases of the constitutional system of the Russian Federation, and also relevance of a subject of research is confirmed by a constant priority of a state policy it. Development of the competition in economy is a multidimensional task which decision substantially depends on efficiency of carrying out a state policy in a wide range of the directions: from macroeconomic policy, creation of favorable investment climate, including development of financial and tax system, decrease in administrative and infrastructure barriers, before protection of the rights of citizens and national policy. Due to the complexity of a task dynamic landmark approach to work on development of a competition policy in connection with development of contract forms of joint activity of small and large business in the Russian Federation and to formation of the respective directions is necessary. For research by authors of research the following methods are chosen: a statistical method, a reference method to value, a comparative method, system approach, a historical method and a method of the economic analysis of the public relations and the right. Research covers the latest sources in the field reflecting the last economic and standard and legal changes, in particular, them treat: the statistical given, expert estimates, regulations, acts of judicial and administrative practice, scientific publications of economists, sociologists and this subject lawyers. Thus, antimonopoly regulation has to consider mutual advantage for the parties of the concrete agreement, a ratio of the extent of the additional benefit received from joint activity by the large company and small firm that is important for the correct qualification of actions of participants - or as abuses of one of participants of the agreement of the dominant position for restrictions of the competition and receiving exclusive profit or as anti-competitive vertical agreement of the parties.
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