Regulating Fair Competition Toward Sustainable Development Goals

Regulating Fair Competition Toward Sustainable Development Goals

Siti Fazilah Abdul Shukor, Farahdilah Ghazali, Nur Yuhanis Ismon, Aerni Isa
Release Date: December, 2023|Copyright: © 2024 |Pages: 285
DOI: 10.4018/979-8-3693-0390-0
ISBN13: 9798369303900|EISBN13: 9798369303924
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The necessity for the fundamental practice of regulating fair competition in a globalized world cannot be overstated. This promotes innovation, productivity, and serves as a safeguard against monopolies that could stifle progress. Regulating Fair Competition Toward Sustainable Development Goals is an insightful and comprehensive exploration of the vital link between competition law and policy and the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

At its core, this book delves into the crucial role of fair competition in fostering innovation and driving economic growth. By encouraging corporations to continuously seek novel ideas and invest in research and development, fair competition paves the way for improved productivity and cost-effective production. Moreover, this legal framework stands as a bulwark against monopolies, which can suppress innovation, limit consumer choice, and escalate prices. The editors deftly elucidate the importance of competition law and policy in creating an open and fair marketplace that benefits consumers, businesses, and the environment.

Drawing a parallel between competition law and policy and the SDGs, the book highlights their shared vision of promoting a sustainable future for all. A compellingly argument is presented, that regulating fair competition plays an integral role in advancing several of these goals, such as fostering economic growth, ensuring decent work opportunities, promoting responsible consumption, and combating climate change.

Bringing together a distinguished collection of academics and industry experts, Regulating Fair Competition Toward Sustainable Development Goals delves into a broad spectrum of topics, including economy, environment, energy, technology, employment, business, and management. By examining various perspectives, the book offers a nuanced understanding of the implementations and limitations of competition law and policy in the context of sustainable development. This timely and significant volume caters to a diverse audience comprising academics, students, policy makers, and government and private research institutions. Furthermore, industry leaders and corporations will find valuable insights on how fair competition can foster sustainable development, making this book a must-read for those seeking to navigate the intersection of competition law and the SDGs.

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The many academic areas covered in this publication include, but are not limited to:

  • Business Regulation
  • Competition
  • Consumer Protection
  • Contract Regulation
  • Corporate Competition
  • Employment Practices
  • Energy Markets
  • Environmental Sustainability
  • International Trade Relations
  • Monopolies
  • Productivity
  • Sustainable Development Goals
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Siti Fazilah Binti Abdul Shukor is a Lecturer for the Department of Business and Public Administration at the Faculty of Business and Finance, Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman. She holds a Doctor of Philosophy (Law) degree, a Master of Comparative Laws from the International Islamic University Malaysia, and a Bachelor's degree in Law and Commerce (Honours) from Management and Science University (MSU). Her research areas include Law, Industrial Relations, Law of Dismissal, Employment Law, and Human Rights Law. Siti Fazilah has been a Lecturer at the Department of Business since October 16, 2013. Her teaching expertise encompasses courses such as Communication Law, Construction Law, Malaysian Legal System, Business Law, Corporate and Business Law, Company Law, Malaysian Company Secretarial Practice, and Legal Framework and Banking Law. She has received recognition for her academic excellence, having been awarded the Best Student Award (Academic) for the degree of Bachelor in Law and Commerce (Honours) at Management and Science University, Malaysia.

Farahdilah Ghazali is a senior lecturer at School of Business and Economics, University of Putra Malaysia. Previously, she served University of Malaysia Terengganu (UMT) and University of Tenaga Nasional Malaysia (UNITEN). She obtained her PhD in Law from Ahmad Ibrahim Kulliyyah of Laws, International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM). Her interest areas are Natural Resources Law and Sustainability, particularly related to renewable energy. She has been appointed as a technical member for the enactment of the Malaysian Legal Framework on Seabed Mining in 2019. Being a passionate researcher and academic, she has widely published in peer-reviewed journals and presented papers at several national and international conferences in her areas of interest.
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