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Globalisation; Economy, law and imperfect competition





Conceptualising legal science amalgamated with the economy within the concept of globalisation, requires the establishment of a multidisciplinary parameter within a field of research, as proposed in this article, with the aim of enhancing both concepts. Social developments require economic law to develop outright. Major corporations with high economic growth present imperfect competitive practices in terms of economic theory that regulatory institutions in Mexico fail to control, in the substantial power of the market. The Mexican legal order is obliged to legislate in the area of competition law in order to have the applicable legal tools in place.

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