This book considers the extent of the post-Communist monopoly problem as well as progress in de-monopolization, providing a complete, comparative picture of the development of competition policy in a broad cross section of formerly socialist countries.
1. From Monopoly Socialism to Market Capitalism, 2. Competition Policy and De-monopolization in Hungary After 1990 3. Antimonopoly Policy and Monopoly Regulation in Russia 4. Antitrust and the Evolution of a Market Economy in Mongolia 5. Industrial De-monopolization and Competition Policy in Poland 6. Competition Policy for Natural Monopolies in a Developing Market Economy 7. Natural Monopoly Regulation: A Comparison of Hungarian and Russian Telecommunications 8. Post-Communist Competition Policy: Conclusions and Suggestions