Information Exchanges Among Competitors: The Commission Takes a New Look

Andreas Reindl, Sep 15, 2010 The European Commission's draft guidelines on horizontal agreements (the "Draft Guidelines") feature as one of its main innovations a new...

Let the Right “One” Win: Policy Lessons from the New Economics...

Glen Weyl, Alexander White, Jan 30, 2015 Many of the leading controversies in competition policy in the last two decades, especially those surrounding the Microsoft...
State Aid in Football: Fall-Out From the General Court’s Judgments in the Valencia and Elche Appeals

State Aid in Football: Fall-Out From the General Court’s Judgments in...

Modern football creates unprecedented investment pressures on clubs, which leave them exposed to high levels of financial risk. This risk is often diluted by...
Systems Competition China’s Challenge to the Competition Order

Systems Competition – China’s Challenge to the Competition Order: Do we...

By Dr. Thorsten Käseberg & Dr. Sophie Gappa (German Federal Government)1   I. Introduction: A Systemic Challenge to the Competition Order The European Union, and Germany in...

JUN-13(2)

The trend in Europe is definitely towards more convergence between the EU and national approaches to competition questions. For example, the Commission just launched...
Algorithmic Collusion: A Real Problem for Competition Policy?

Algorithmic Collusion: A Real Problem for Competition Policy?

By Emilio Calvano, Giacomo Calzolari, Vincenzo Denicolò & Sergio Pastorello Recently, antitrust authorities started to worry about the possible consequences of algorithmic pricing. Indeed, we...

Standard-Setting Policies and the Rule of Reason: When Does the Shield...

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Jennifer Driscoll, May 06, 2008 The rewards and pitfalls of standard setting conjure images...
Enable Notifications    OK No thanks