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This book is now Out of Print.
A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
The EU Law of Competition 3rd ed isbn 9780199665099

The EC Law of Competition 2nd ed

ISBN13: 9780199269297
New Edition ISBN: 9780199665099
Previous Edition ISBN: 019876538X
Published: March 2007
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

The new edition of this leading work builds upon the success of the first edition by adding new chapters on modernization, cartels, state aids, and motor vehicle distribution agreements, as well as expanding the analysis of mergers. The existing strengths are also reinforced, and the book will be fully up to date with all of the key substantive, procedural and interpretative changes introduced during 2004, as well as the latest case law.

The author team is entirely drawn from current or former members of the EC Commission's Directorate General for Competition, ensuring a uniquely in-depth working knowledge of the legislative regime and its application in practice.

  • The new edition of a leading practitioner work on EC competition/antitrust law
  • A unique insider's view of the subject, it is written entirely by current and former members of DG Competition
  • A practical reference tool that puts particular emphasis upon how law and policy apply in practice
  • Forward-looking analysis provides guidance on areas that are still undecided or evolving
  • Even more dependable and rigorous than the previous edition: the coverage is expanded and enhanced
  • New chapters on modernization, cartels, state aids, and vehicle distribution agreements, and expanded analysis of mergers
  • Full analysis of the key substantive, procedural and interpretative changes being introduced during 2004, as well as the latest case-law

Competition Law
Part I - General Principles;
1. Luc Peeperkorn and Vincent Verouden: Economics
2. Eddy De Smijter and Lars Kjoelby: Modernisation
3. Ali Nikpay, Lars Kjoelby and Jonathan Faull: Article 81
4. Carles Esteva Mosso, Stephen Ryan, Marisa Tierno Centella and Svend Albaek: Article 82
5. Peder Christensen, Kyriakos Fountoukakos and Dan Sjöblom: Mergers
6. José Luis Buendia Sierra: Article 86
Part II - Specific Practices;
7. Enrique Gonzalez Diaz: Horizontal Agreements
8. François Arbault and Ewoud Sakkers: Cartels
9. Luc Peeperkorn, Donncadh Woods and Mario Filipponi: Vertical Agreements
10. Kevin Coates, John Finnegan, Lars Kjoelby and Luc Peeperkorn: Intellectual Property
Part III - Special Sectors;
11. Eduardo Martinez Rivero, Albert Nijenhuis and Steve Ryan: Financial Services
12. Harold Nyssens and Dominik Schnichels: Energy
13. Kevin Coates and Wolf Sauter: Communications
14. Joos Stragier, Monique Negenman, Maria Jaspers and Rita Wezenbeek: Transport
15. Hubert Gambs and Konrad Schumm: Motor Vehicle Distribution
Part IV - State Aid;
16. Andreas Knaul and Francisco Perez Flores: State Aid