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Deborah Healey

Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales
Director - Corporate and Commercial Stream

 

Relevant qualifications and honours

  • LLB Syd
  • LLM (Hons) Syd

 

Relevant work history and committee involvement

  • 2003- current - Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales
  • Previously worked as a commercial lawyer

 

Relevant memberships and Affiliations

  • Consultant Author, CCH Trade Practices Reporter
  • Member, Asian Competition and Economic Law Centre, Hong Kong
  • Member Academic Society of Competition Lawyers

 

Competition law publications

Books (edited)

Competitive Neutrality and its Application in Selected Developing Countries (ed)  United Nations Conference on Trade and Development Research Partnership Platform Series, 2014

Book chapters

  • Deborah Healey, 'Mergers with Conditions in China: Caution, Control or Industrial Policy' in C Picker, L Toohey and J Greenacre (eds), China In The International Economic Order: New Directions and Changing Paradigms (Cambridge University Press, 2015)
  • Deborah Healey, 'Competitive Neutrality: The Concept' in D. Healey (ed) Competitive Neutrality and its Application in Selected Developing Countries (ed)  United Nations Conference on Trade and Development Research Partnership Platform Series, 2014, pp 10-32.
  • Deborah Healey, 'Australian experience with competition law: the state as a market actor' in Sokol D Daniel & ors (eds) Competition and the Role of the State(Stanford University Press) 2014, pages 205-223.
  • Deborah Healey', 'The Political Economy of Competition Law in Asia: the Australian Position' in Williams (ed) The Political Economy of Competition Law in Asia (in press ) (Cheltenham UK Edward Elgar, 2013)

Articles

  • Deborah Healey, 'Mergers in China: What's the Story?' (2014) 88 Australian Law Journal 92
  • Deborah Healey, 'Strange bedfellows or soulmates: merger regulation in  China and Australia compared' '(2012) 7(1) Asian Journal of Comparative Law 1-40
  • Deborah Healey, 'Anti-Monopoly Law and Mergers in China: an early report card on procedural and substantive issues' (2010) 3(1) Tsinghua China Law Review 19-58
  • Deborah Healey, 'Third line forcing: has the problem gone away?' (2009) 32 UNSW Law Journal 249

Research papers

 

More forthcoming - see further publications page at UNSW