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    Title: 公平交易法對流通事業垂直交易限制行為之規範
    Authors: 許英傑;黃銘傑;黃慧玲
    Contributors: 淡江大學國際企業學系;淡江大學日本研究所
    Keywords: Vertical Restraint;Distribution Business
    Date: 2004
    Issue Date: 2013-04-08 15:25:51 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 臺北市:行政院公平交易委員會
    Abstract: 近年來,國內外均出現下游流通業者以其優勢市場地位,與供應商發生交易關係之衝突事件,引發不公平競爭之相關討論。因此,本文探究的是大型流通業者在掌握一定通路權力下,是否濫用其優勢市場地位,而對中小型製造商所可能造成的不公平競爭行為,透過實地訪談與供應商問卷調查,了解交易雙方對交易限制之觀點,結合國內實際發生案例之分析,釐清大型流通業垂直交易限制對不公平競爭之影響。本文認為,在有關下游對上游的垂直競爭限制的規範上,自律規範應重於法律規範,程序規範應重於實體規範'結構(結合)規範應重於行為規範。法律規範可以在例外情況,強行介入當事人間的交易關係'可資考慮的法律規範方式有程序規範與實體規範二種方式。Some discussions pertaining the unfair competition have been triggered currently, which was conducted by distributors using their predominant market places to conflict with suppliers upon trade. Therefore, this research is focused on whether the large distributor, under having in control of certain channel right is abused of predominant market place, and possibly imposed unfair competition toward small manufacturers. In order to realizing the trade partners' mutual viewpoint
    towards trade restraint, it is necessary to carry out reality calling interview and questionnaire for suppliers. Congregating analysis of practical happenings island wise is basically reacted to clear up the impact for large distributors' vertical restraint to unfair competition. The research is supposed to come up the result as following: self-regulation should be heavier than that of law-regulation, process-regulation should be heavier than that of reality~regulation, and construction-regulation should be heavier than that of behavior-regulation in link with regulation on vertical competition restraint for suppliers vs. distributors. Nonetheless, exceptionally law-regulation could be forcefully slugged into the related trade relations. There are two ways of putting this concept into formulating law-regulation: process-regulation and reality-regulation.
    Some discussions pertaining the unfair competition have been triggered currently, which was
    conducted by distributors using their predominant market places to conflict with suppliers upon
    trade. Therefore, this research is focused on whether the large distributor, under having in control
    of certain channel right is abused of predominant market place, and possibly imposed unfair
    competition toward small manufacturers. In order to realizing the trade partners' mutual viewpoint
    towards trade restraint, it is necessary to carry out reality calling interview and questionnaire for
    suppliers. Congregating analysis of practical happenings island wise is basically reacted to clear up
    the impact for large distributors' vertical restraint to unfair competition.
    The research is supposed to come up the result as following: self-regulation should be
    heavier than that of law-regulation, process-regulation should be heavier than that of
    reality-regulation, and construction-regulation should be heavier than that of behavior-regulation
    in link with regulation on vertical competition restraint for suppliers vs. distributors. Nonetheless,
    exceptionally law-regulation could be forcefully slugged into the related trade relations. There are
    two ways of putting this concept into formulating law-regulation: process-regulation and
    reality-regulation.
    Relation: 第十一屆競爭政策與公平交易法學術研討會論文集,頁235-281
    Appears in Collections:[國際企業學系暨研究所] 會議論文
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