COMPETITION AND INVESTMENT IN AIR TRANSPORT: LEGAL AND ECONOMIC ISSUES: 2016

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Libro del gran escritor RUWANTISSA ABEYRATNE , 2015 autor de 250 paginas completamente en español y traducidas a diferentes idiomas de la mano de la editorial y distribuidora SPRINGER INTERNATIONAL PUBLISHING sobre el genero Ingeniería titulado COMPETITION AND INVESTMENT IN AIR TRANSPORT: LEGAL AND ECONOMIC ISSUES: 2016, disponible en varios formatos como epub o PDF listos para leer. 9783319243719

  • Categoria Ingeniería
  • Autor RUWANTISSA ABEYRATNE , 2015
  • Editorial SPRINGER INTERNATIONAL PUBLISHING
  • Paginas 250
  • ISBN 9783319243719

Sinopsis y resumen del libro COMPETITION AND INVESTMENT IN AIR TRANSPORT: LEGAL AND ECONOMIC ISSUES: 2016

This book addresses the emerging legal and economic issues of competition and investment in air transport, in the context of the role that governments and airlines must play to avoid protectionism and encourage innovation and creativity.

It assesses current trends in air transport and the direction the industry is taking in the 21st century.

Key aspects of air transport, such as ensuring safety and protecting the environment, are being discussed, as they are affected by competition.

It also examines the rapid evolution of aerospace transport and its effect on competition in air transport.

A recurring theme of the book is the influence of creative destruction and destabilizing innovation in air transport.

This is addressed through an in-depth study of the contentious legal areas related to abuse of dominant positions and state aid, as reflected in the ongoing complaint by the three largest US airlines against Gulf airlines such as Emirates Airlines, Etihad and Qatar Airways.

The U.S. companies claim that the Emirates and Etihad - which operate air services to the United States under an open skies agreement between the United States and the United Arab Emirates - are using the generous subsidies given to them by their governments to illegally capture the "legitimate" market belonging to the U.S. companies.

These issues are clarified in the book using analyses of competition law and investment law with regard to air transport, analogies between free trade agreements and a case study of free trade agreements.

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