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Practical Aspects of Aftermarkets in European Competition Law

John Temple Lang, May 20, 2011 An "aftermarket" is a market for the supply of products or services needed for or in connection with the use...

Engineering Competition Through Spectrum Policy: Previous Approaches and Why 5G Needs...

By Martin Cave & William Webb - This paper reviews recent developments in “marketizing” spectrum, but it also addresses new approaches to spectrum management based...

The Binding Nature of NCA Decisions in Antitrust Follow-on Litigation: Is...

Stefano Grassani, Aug 12, 2013 The European Commission believes that-given the procedural asymmetries between plaintiffs and defendants-public enforcement of antitrust law by national competition authorities...

Antitrust Chronicle – The 2017 Antitrust Horizon

This edition focuses on what’s next for antitrust in the U.S. and the EU for the coming year. Antitrust policy and enforcement faces uncertainties...

Jul-08(1)

In this issue: Antitrust Policy and Real Estate Markets Richard Epstein, Jul 10, 2008 Multiple Listing Arrangements in Residential Real Estate Transactions: An Antitrust Analysis Let me start...

The New (Or is it Old?) Approach to Antitrust Regulation

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Howard Marvel, Jul 13, 2009 It is to be expected that the new administration...

Cartel Detection and Duration Worldwide, II

John M. Connor, Sep 28, 2011 In the old days-before price-fixing became illegal nearly everywhere-cartels operated in the public sphere. In some cases, the formation...

Tacit vs. Overt Collusion Firm Asymmetries and Numbers: What’s the Evidence?

Stephen Davies, Matthew Olczak, Nov 01, 2008 It is conventional wisdom that collusion is more likely the fewer firms there are in a market and...

Normative Compliance: The Endgame

Caron Beaton-Wells, Feb 14, 2012 One consequence of the overriding focus on deterrence is that it may detract from a focus on compliance. Compliance may...

EU: Regulators set to clear Dow, DuPont deal

Dow Chemical and DuPont are set to win EU antitrust approval for their $130 billion merger, two people familiar with the matter said on...

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