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Katri Paas-Mohando, European Competition Law Review iEU Competition Law and Economicsr... is a useful and insightful tool for competition law practitioners and researchers. The authors of the book are esteemed experts in the field and this is really reflected in the book.
Kathrin Khnel-Fitchen, Edinburgh Law Review In short, this publication gives a very logical approach to, and critical account of, the various legal and economic factors which influence and shape current EU competition law practice as well as EU competition policy formation. In the mind of this reviewer, there is no doubt that this book will establish itself as one of the standard works in the area of EU competition law as, given its thoroughness and clarity, it represents an invaluable tool for academics and
Sara Darley-Reygner, Revue Lamy de la concurrence This book, dedicated to the study of competition law in the European Union, stands out through its particularly strong multidisciplinary approach.
Sara Darley-Reygner, Revue Lamy de la concurrence Its analytical and explorative dimensions make this work a useful tool of the trade, as much for researchers and students in search of theoretical reflection, as for practitioners.
Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor, Richmond Green Chambers For those professionally or personally involved in the issues raised in the arena of competition law, this volume, distinguished by its clarity of explanation and expression, is an enlightening read.
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<br>Damien Geradin is a Partner at Covington & Burling LLP and Professor of Competition Law and Economics at Tilburg University (The Netherlands) and a member of TILEC. His areas of research include competition law, network industries (telecommunications, postal services, energy and transport), and the interface between IP and competition law. Anne Layne-Farrar is Director at LECG and specializes in antitrust and intellectual property matters, especially where the two issues are combined. She advises on competition, intellectual property, regulation, and policy issues across a broad range of industries, with a particular focus on high-tech. Nicolas Petit is Professor of Competition Law and Economics at the University of Liege. In May 2007, he completed a PhD on oligopolies and tacit collusion under EC competition law. In addition to this, he has written a number of articles on Article 82 EC, the introduction of competition rules within international agreements as well as on the relationships between competition rules and sector specific regulation.<br>
1. EC competition law in context; 2. The economics of EC competition law; 3. Article 81 EC: Anticompetitive coordination; 4. Article 82 EC: Abuse of dominance; 5. Regulation 139/2004: Anticompetitive Mergers; 6. The institutional and procedural framework of EC competition enforcement; 7. Hardcore cartels; 8. Horizontal cooperation agreements; 9. Vertical restraints; 10. Technology transfer agreements