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This concise casebook on modernized European competition law has a strong U.S.-comparative component. It stresses analysis of anticompetitive effects, rules and principles, and the linkages among competition regulation, the state, the European Community, and the world.
Coverage includes the European Treaty, cartels, abuse of a dominant position, horizontal and vertical agreements, mergers, and state restraints. The book is suitable for two or three-credit courses on the competition law of the European Union, seminars on comparative E.U./U.S. competition law, and seminars on international antitrust.