Editors: Mads Andenas, Michael Hutchings and Philip Marsden
Published: April 2004
This book is a collection of papers and speeches given at a number of competition law conferences and events during 2003, focusing particularly on the Institute's major annual conference on international and comparative competition law: 'an excellent forum for exchanging views and fostering a transatlantic dialogue about current trends and issues in competition and antitrust law'. (William Kolasky, Wilmer Cutler & Pickering, formerly Deputy Assistant Attorney General of the Antitrust Division, US Department of Justice).
Areas covered include in-depth analyses of such topical issues as cartels, compliance, competition in media, pricing practices and mergers, and provide both national and international perspectives from European and North American academics and practitioners, as well as important statements of policy by competition regulators.
Of the first volume in this series, Competition Law Yearbook 2002: 'The quality of the speakers and their talks is comparable with those of the Fordham Corporate Law Institute. Many experts are in the audience and the discussions after the talks are also perceptive.' 'This newcomer to publications on competition law and policy is warmly welcome.' (Valentine Korah, Professor Emeritus of Competition Law, University College London).
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