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This is the first EC Competition law treatise that fully integrates economic reasoning in its treatment of the decisional practice of the European Commission and the case-law of the European Court of Justice. This integration has become increasingly importnant in competition law, as the European Commission and the national competition authorities are increasingly moving away from a legalistic analysis of a firms' conduct to an effect-based analysis of such conduct. Most competition cases today involve teams composed of lawyers and industrial organisation economists.
Ensuring a genuinely intergrated approach to legal and economic analysis, this major new work is written by a team combining the widely recognised expertise of two competition law professors and a prominent economic consultant.
This book will appeal to practitioners and academics specialising in competition law but will also be of interest to economists working in the field of no specialist commercial practitioners.