In this issue:
Currently uniting 114 competition authorities from both developed and developing countries, the ICN in its 10 years of existence has contributed significantly to the harmonization and convergence of global antitrust law and policy. Our guest editor, Paul Lugard, who edited a commemorative volume of essays—The International Competition Network at 10—for the ICN’s birthday, has asked some of his authors to contribute special essays for this celebratory CPI collection. And keeping with our recurrent desire to stay on top of “hot” topics, we have two special articles this issue, the first on recent EU court decisions on price squeezes and the second on competitive neutrality. Finally, for those who would like to celebrate further, the last article gives more details on the ICN birthday volume.
The ICN at Ten
The ICN has contributed significantly to a more unified and economically rational regime of competition law on a worldwide scale. Paul Lugard (TILEC)
Providing competition agencies with a much greater capacity to provide a coordinated response to globalized cartel activity. Marcus Bezzi (Australian Competition & Consumer Comm.) & JÃ³zsef SÃ¡rai (Hungarian Competition Auth.)