'The European Competition Journal is valuable and important because it brings together law and economics, as is now essential, with practical and detailed papers on a wide variety of subjects.'
'A valuable forum for practitioners and academics in the field of European competition law and economics, and a rare opportunity to view competition policy from a holistic perspective.'
Philip Lowe, Formerly Directorate General for Competition, European Commission
John Temple Lang, Cleary Gottlieb Steen and Hamilton LLP
'The quality is consistently high, managing to ground economic policy discussion in the specifics of current EC doctrine.'
Josh Holmes, World Competition
The European Competition Journal publishes outstanding scholarly articles relating to European competition law and economics. Its mission is to help foster learning and debate about how European competition law and policy can continue to develop in an economically rational way. Articles published in the Journal are subject to rigorous peer review by leading experts from around Europe. Topics include:
Vertical and Conglomerate Mergers
Enlargement of the Union - the ramifications for Competition Policy
Unilateral and Coordinated Effects in Merger Control
Modernisation of European Competition law
Cartels and Leniency
Article 82- restatement or evolution?
The Journal is published three times a year. Each issue contains four to five scholarly articles of 8-10,000 words. Each volume contains at least one Current Developments Section covering Member States.
Prospective authors should refer to the Notes
for Contributors page for full details.
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