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Mario Monti’s Legacy: A U.S. Perspective

William Kolasky, Apr 01, 2005 The departure of Commissioner Mario Monti from his post as the EC Commissioner for competition policy provides a good opportunity...

Mario Monti’s Legacy in EC Merger Control

Nicholas Levy, Apr 01, 2005 Mario Monti's tenure as EC Commissioner for competition policy between September 1999 and November 2004 coincided with one of the...

Mario Monti’s Legacy for Competition Policy in Article 82

Claus-Dieter Ehlermann, John Ratliff, Apr 01, 2005 Commissioner Mario Monti's impact on Article 82 of the EC Treaty during his period as EC Competition Commissioner...

Judicial Review in EC and U.S. Antitrust Law

Valentine Korah, Sep 01, 2005 The first two articles of this issue are based on presentations for the inaugural edition of the University College London...

A Commentary on DG Competition’s Discussion Paper

Bill Allan, Apr 01, 2006 DG Competition's discussion paper appears to signal a departure from the form-based approach articulated most strongly in Michelin II. However,...

Review of O´Donoghue and Padilla, The Law and Economics of Article...

Richard Whish, Nov 01, 2006 The extent to which EC competition law has been modernized in the last decade is really quite breathtaking. Most radical...

The Economics of State Aid Control: Some Remarks

Mathias Dewatripont, Nov 01, 2006 This short comment discusses the rationale for State aid control at the level of the European Community and then turns...

The State Aid Action Plan: A Bold Move or a Timid...

Frederic Jenny, Nov 01, 2006 This paper explores the current state of discussion on the reform of EC State aid policy. It analyzes the responses...

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