Competition Law and Economics: A Mid-Atlantic Viewpoint
In his Burrell Lecture, given before the Competition Law Association, the author compares and contrasts trends in competition law and policy on both sides of the Atlantic, noting areas in which EC and U.S. law and economics are converging, and other areas in which these regimes remain distinct.
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