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Cartels Costly for Customers

Posted by Social Science Research Network Cartels Costly for Customers By John M. Connor (American Antitrust Institute) Abstract:     This paper describes some major trends in cartelization...

Penalizing on the Basis of the Severity of the Offence: A...

Posted by Social Science Research Network Penalizing on the Basis of the Severity of the Offence: A Sophisticated Revenue-Based Cartel Penalty By Yannis Katsoulacos (Athens University),...

The EU Competition Law Fining System: A Quantitative Review of the...

Posted by Social Science Research Network The EU Competition Law Fining System: A Quantitative Review of the Commission Decisions between 2000 and 2017 By Damien Geradin...

Rationale and Benefits of Leniency Programs Under EU Competition Law and...

Posted by Social Science Research Network Rationale and Benefits of Leniency Programs Under EU Competition Law and US Federal Anti-Trust Law By Basil Siddique (Federal Board...

Of Course Collusion Should Be Prosecuted. But Maybe… Or (the Case...

Posted by Social Science Research Network Of Course Collusion Should Be Prosecuted. But Maybe... Or (the Case for International Antitrust Agreements) By Filomena Garcia, Jose Manuel...

Citizen Fox: The global antitrust vision of Eleanor Fox

Posted by Social Science Research Network Citizen Fox: The global antitrust vision of Eleanor Fox By Philip Marsden (College of Europe) & Spencer Weber Waller (Loyola...

Margin Squeeze – Where Competition Law and Sector Regulation Compete

Posted by Social Science Research Network Margin Squeeze - Where Competition Law and Sector Regulation Compete By Friso Bostoen (KU Leuven) Abstract:     This paper discusses abusive...

Pleading, Discovering, and Proving a Sherman Act Agreement: Harmonizing Twombly and...

Posted by Social Science Research Network Pleading, Discovering, and Proving a Sherman Act Agreement: Harmonizing Twombly and Matsushita By William H. Page (University of Florida) Abstract:  ...

CPI Talks – Inside the ICN Cartel Workshop, Madrid, October 2016.

In this month’s CPI Talks, we give our readers a special interview with the ICN Cartel Workshop co-chairs, ACCC and FAS and the ICN...

Balancing public and private enforcement – an Australian perspective

By Rebecca Gilsenan and Marcus Bezzi The lack of compensation flowing to the victims of cartel conduct in Australia is a matter of significant concern...

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