Readership: Researchers and students of economics and law, and scholars and professionals working in competition policy.
Edited by Xavier Vives, Professor of Economic and Finance, IESE Business School
"Although written mainly by economists, the book is easily accessible to nonspecialists. It provides a useful assessment of the current debates on EU Competition Policy...[a] very effective book" - Laurent Warlouzet, Journal of Common Market Studies
1: Xavier Vives: Introduction
2: Philip Lowe: The Design of Competition Policy Institutions for the 21st Century- the Experience of the Europan Commission and DG Competition
3: Jorge Padilla: Article 81 Revisited: Deciphering EC Antitrust Goals and Rules
4: John Vickers: Some Economics of Abuse of Dominance
5: Massimo Motta: Cartels in the European Union: Economics. Law, Practice
6: Bruce Lyons: An Economic Assessment of EC Merger Control: 1957-2007
7: David Spector: State Aids: Economic Analysis and Practice in the EU
8: Martin Hellwig: Competition Policy and Sector-Specific Regulations for Network Industries
9: Jordi Gual: European Telecoms Regulation: Past Performance and Prospects
10: Elena Carletti and Xavier Vives: Regulation and Competition Policy in the Banking Sector
11: Richrd Green: EU Regulation and Competition Policy among the Energy Utilities
12: William Kovacic: Competition Policy in the European Union and the United States: Convergence or Divergence?