Queen Mary, University of London



Global Antitrust Review - Journal Issue 4, 2011

You can read individual contributions in the menu of entries below or you can download the entire GAR 2011 journal [PDF 1.56 MB]

Menu of entries in the Global Antitrust Review 2011:

Articles Author/s
The importance of coherence between competition policies and government policies [PDF 401 kb] Manuel Sebastião
Searching for the basis of international convergence in competition law and policy [PDF 601kb] Leonardo Tomás Orlanski
National merger control – Towards further convergence in multi – jurisdictional filling processes [PDF 373kb] Emma Trogen
Differences between the US and the EU in antitrust review of intellectual property: A comparative analysis of the essential facilities doctrine [PDF 530kb] Maria Charlotte Troberg
EU competition law vs. standard setting agreements [PDF 428kb] Marta Stryszowska
Like father like son – The parental liability under the EU competition law today [PDF464kb] E Islentyeva
Examining the effectiveness of sanctions in order to deter cartel conduct in Australia [PDF 537kb] Jade Winterton
To what extent can cooperative procedures (leniency, commitment and settlement procedures) before the French Competition Authority limit the risks associated with a competition law infringement? [PDF 465kb] Romain Maulin
Mexico – A few steps towards eliminating impunity [PDF 381kb] Andrea Kaiser Jaime
Competition in paradise: A look at the competition law and enforcement activities of Mauritius [PDF 455kb] Siven Pillay Rungien
Calculation of fines in India – In search for some guidance [PDF 374kb] Vaibhav Choukse

 

Book Reviews Author

Global competition: Law, markets and globalization (David J Gerber) [PDF 371kb]

Dr Michael Koebele

The politics of European competition regulation: A critical political economy Perspective (Hubert Buch-Hansen and Angela Wigger) [PDF 347kb]

Indre Skackovaite