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It is common to refer to economic theories for prohibiting cartels. However, moral reasons for prohibition have been also cited. Moreover, it seems that the Australian public prefers moral grounds to economic ones. The economic reasons and related theories are well developed; however, there is a lack of general legal theories based on jurisprudential, rather than economic, grounds. This project aims to address this lack by utilising a consequence-sensitive deontological approach.

Project members

Dr Barbora Jedlickova

TC Beirne School of Law