We certainly experienced interesting times in 2013. Before the year fades away in the anticipation of even more excitement to come, we once again present a baker’s dozen of some of our best articles from 2013, chosen not only for their popularity but also for their variety. And we certainly want to take this opportunity to thank everyone that participated in the CPI community this year—from our editorial board, to our authors, and, most especially, our subscribers. May you all have a Prosperous and Joyous New Year!
A Baker’s Dozen of Our Best
The recent expansion of antitrust and its incorporation as one of the core elements of economic regulation worldwide may contribute to infusing some sensible centrist logic into the regulation of markets, particularly in emerging economies. Alfonso Lamadrid de Pablo (Garrigues)
An increasing focus on competition in improving economic outcomes in Southeast Asia is driven in part by the (competing) economic rise of China and India. Dr. R. Ian McEwin (Competition Consulting Asia & Chulalongkorn University)
Although Qihoo 360 has appealed the decision to China’s Supreme Court it now stands as both a landmark decision in China and an exemplar