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The Antitrust Books You Should’ve Read In 2020

 |  March 7, 2021

By Friso Bostoen, Lexxion

In a CoRe Blog post last month, I introduced the first three ‘antitrust books you should’ve read in 2020’. In this second instalment, I take a look at the next and final three books. Two books, Big Tech and the Digital Economy and Controlling Mergers and Market Power, offer fresh and thoughtful analyses of two crucial but controversial branches of antitrust law: abuse of dominance and merger control. The third book, The Brussels Effect, examines the influence of EU (competition) policy on the global stage.

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