In this issue:

To wrap up 2010, under the sponsorship of Editorial Advisory Member James Killick, we decided to do a little crystal ball gazing. We asked seven European authors to look at what will be, needs to be, and might be changed in the EU competition policy world of 2025. Ken Daly writes, “… in March 2000, the EU Heads of States and Governments agreed to make the EU ‘the most competitive and dynamic knowledge-driven economy by 2010.’ Although not many would argue that this has been achieved, readers need not despair because the plan has been replaced by an even catchier one-‘Europe 2020’.” So how will competition policy enable Europe 2020, 2025, 2030 and beyond?

European Antitrust in 2025 and Beyond

Ken Daly, Dec 10, 2010

Imagining EU antitrust enforcement in 2030

Competition policy and enforcement practice, on the other hand, are often scrambling to catch up and respond to market events and revolutions, in many cases while the outcome of those revolutions remains unknown. Ken Daly (Sidley Austin)

Damien Gerard, Dec 09, 2010

EU Antitrust Enforcement in 2025: Why Wait? Full Appellate Jurisdiction, Now

How to bridge the gap between the transformations resulting from the modernization process and the scope of the EU Courts hybrid jurisdiction in antitrust matters? Damien M.B. Gerard (University of Louvain)

Assimakis Komninos, Dec 09, 2010

EU Competition Law and Policy in 2025:Modernization”Mission Accomplished?

The European Union will


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