TINJAUAN TENTANG PERSAINGAN TIDAK SEHAT DALAM TRANSAKSI BISNIS E-COMMERCE DITINJAU DARI UU.NO.5 TAHUN 1999 TENTANG LARANGAN PRAKTEK MONOPOLI DAN PERSAINGAN USAHA TIDAK SEHAT

IRJAYANI, NOVITA CATUR (2010) TINJAUAN TENTANG PERSAINGAN TIDAK SEHAT DALAM TRANSAKSI BISNIS E-COMMERCE DITINJAU DARI UU.NO.5 TAHUN 1999 TENTANG LARANGAN PRAKTEK MONOPOLI DAN PERSAINGAN USAHA TIDAK SEHAT. Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.

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Abstract

For choosing the topic of the last assignment, the writer chooses the background from the issue of technology and information progress in the resent year. Which is the commerce system in this globalization era has a quick development. Nowadays the commerce and the business are not using conventional way. Which is must for the seller and buyer meeting face to face, but after the technology and information progress run quickly, the commerce change into electronic media, it famous as electronic commerce (e-commerce). Electronic commerce (e-commerce) is an example of product in the information and technological era, in which the commerce transaction doesn’t need the conventional by meeting each other (physically) also using cash to pay the goods. But today, the seller represent by the system to serve buyer online by computer. To have a transaction, buyer communicates with the system as the represent of the seller. Because of the improvement of e-commerce it makes this system susceptible of monopoly and the business compete is deceitful. In fact UU.No.5 1999 about the prohibition of monopoly and the business compete deceitfully, it is also about the prohibition about compete practice in e-commerce business. In This thesis, it will have two problems to be discussed. First, the problem of the grouping compete effort which has to be allowed in e-commerce business from UU No. 5 1999. And the second problem is about the role effectiveness of monopoly prohibition and the business competes deceitfully to avoid and the finished of the business compete deceitfully. Yuridis Normative or doctrinal research is the method that used in this research. It is part of the low research based on the norm. Especially close to the business compete deceitfully in e-commerce. The analysis result, writer has conclusion that business compete of e-commerce that must be avoid are monopoly and price domination that caused aim at the price arrangement by one person or a group businessman thought price leader in market segment. Other aspect to be avoided is the dominant position. It because dominate position by one or group businessman make into absolute position in commerce. Indirectly caused the business competes deceitfully. It shows in paragraph 17 about monopoly; paragraph 19 about market domination and paragraph 25 about dominate position. About the effectiveness of monopoly prohibition and the business compete can be seen in paragraph 3 about the purpose of Law resistant to monopoly. The purpose is about the avoided of business compete deceitfully, also it shows the way to solve the problem of business compete deceitfully by businessman. The effectiveness of this low can be seen also in paragraph 30-53 about KPPU as supervisor commission of business compete and there will be a doubt which arrange the businessman who are doing business compete deceitfully. The writer conclusion of it is that the basic e-commerce as same as conventional business. Because the principle of e-commerce adapt from the conventional within make a changes of manual to electronic way. The similarities of both of them are using the same process of doing transaction. They bargaining product at the first, than the buyer acquitted to buy the goods and doing payment until the gain of goods in buyer place.

Item Type: Thesis (Other)
Subjects: K Law > K Law (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Law > Department of Law
Depositing User: Rayi Tegar Pamungkas
Date Deposited: 27 Apr 2012 03:35
Last Modified: 27 Apr 2012 03:35
URI: http://eprints.umm.ac.id/id/eprint/3196

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