The Relative Merits of Courts and Agencies in Competition Law—Institutional Design: Administrative Models; Judicial Models; and Mixed Models

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This short article explores the relative merits of courts and competition agencies in handling competition law issues. It analyses the ways in which each type of institution deals with competition law issues according to various criteria. The article concludes that (a) each type of institution has its own merits and advantages and (b) jurisdictions need to have a combination of the two types of institution.

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: April 1, 2010

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  • This scholarly, peer-reviewed publication of original articles and analysis of current developments in competition law is designed to complement and augment the existing literature with a special focus on European developments. Topics include:
    • Vertical and Conglomerate Mergers
    • Enlargement of the Union - the ramifications for Competition Policy
    • Unilateral and Coordinated Effects in Merger Control
    • Modernisation of European Competition law
    • Cartels and Leniency
    • Article 82- restatement or evolution?
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