Global Competition Law and Economics

Thomas K. Cheng, Ioannis Lianos, D. Daniel Sokol, series editors

Competition law and economics, known in the United States as antitrust, is an area of cutting-edge academic work with significant policy implications. Once an exclusively stateside concern, antitrust law has expanded across the globe and has swiftly become a prevalent object of analysis. More than 100 jurisdictions now have competition laws and enforcement activities abroad have far-reaching implications for antitrust regime. Moreover, developments in economic theorizing have produced new insights and attitudes regarding competition law in both academic and policy circles. Titles in this series engage these ideas and are at the forefront of emerging theories and the development of new ideas and approaches in the field.

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