The notice period when terminating a contract: economic analysis at the service of 'small' competition law
By Laurent Benzoni
Competition law contributes towards the successful functionning of the economy. In contrast, restrictive practices ('small' competition law) are rarely examined through the prism of economic analysis. Tera Consultants here shows how economic tools can be used to test whether or not the notice period given at the termination of a contract is faithful.
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