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In this issue:

In 2014 we published 156 articles in the CPI Antitrust Chronicle. For this last issue of the year, we’re presenting a baker’s dozen articles that highlight the variety, scope, and diversity of the content we presented. We invite you take a look back and see what you may have missed, or reacquaint yourselves with some topic that seems a bit unfamiliar—and check out the related articles in the archives. There’s a world of information available, and it’s always accessible. And, of course, many thanks to all of you—our authors and readers—who continue to prove the world of competition policy/antitrust is vibrant, energetic, and challenging. Here’s to a great 2015!

 

A Diversified Sampling of 2014

Ken Daly, Dec 31, 2014

Sport and State Aid—Reining in the Populist Gesture (2)

However, at the very same time, as if to remind law-makers of sport’s uniquely political nature, an unprecedented controversy has erupted in which the European Ombudsman has accused the EU’s (Spanish) Commissioner for competition of maladministration. Ken Daly (Sidley & Austin)

Lawrence White, Dec 31, 2014

Regulating the Credit Rating Agencies? Less Would Be More (2)

This essay will argue that public policy should remove the pedestal on which past policy has placed the major CRAs. Lawrence White (Sloan, NYU)

Megan Dixon, Ethan Kate, Janet McDavid, Dec 31, 2014

Too Much of a Good Thing?: Is Heavy Reliance on Leniency Eroding Cartel Enforcement in the Unit

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