Installation & Product recycling services are available on selected Hotpoint & Indesit products. Applicable installation services will be made available once you have added your appliance to your basket.
For the Installation services listed below, there's no need to worry about arranging a separate installation as our qualified engineers can do this for you:
Tumble Dryer (Condensing only)
Fridge or Freezer
Unfortunately, we are unable to install built-in appliances or vented tumble dryers and there may be restrictions based on your postcode. Our engineers will install appliances to pre-prepared locations within one metre of existing utility points. Product recycling is on a like for like size basis. For a full list of terms & conditions please see our information page (link - http://www.tesco.com/direct/help/delivery-info.page?). Installation is not available on appliances from our Partners.
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Throughout the world, the rule against price fixing is competition law's most important and least controversial prohibition. Yet there is far less consensus than meets the eye on what constitutes price fixing, and prevalent understandings conflict with the teachings of oligopoly theory that supposedly underlie modern competition policy. Competition Policy and Price Fixing provides the needed analytical foundation. It offers a fresh, in-depth exploration of competition law's horizontal agreement requirement, presents a systematic analysis of how best to address the problem of coordinated oligopolistic price elevation, and compares the resulting direct approach to the orthodox prohibition. In doing so, Louis Kaplow elaborates the relevant benefits and costs of potential solutions, investigates how coordinated price elevation is best detected in light of the error costs associated with different types of proof, and examines appropriate sanctions. Existing literature devotes remarkably little attention to these key subjects and instead concerns itself with limiting penalties to certain sorts of interfirm communications. Challenging conventional wisdom, Kaplow shows how this circumscribed view is less well grounded in the statutes, principles, and precedents of competition law than is a more direct, functional proscription. More important, by comparison to the communications-based prohibition, he explains how the direct approach targets situations that involve both greater social harm and less risk of chilling desirable behavior--and is also easier to apply.
Louis Kaplow is the Finn M. W. Caspersen and Household International Professor of Law and Economics at Harvard University and a Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research. His books include The Theory of Taxation and Public Economics (Princeton).