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Remedies in EU Competition Law: Substance, Process and Policy

Edited by: Damien Gerard, Assimakis Komninos

ISBN13: 9789403522418
Published: July 2020
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
Price: £112.00



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Remedies in EU Competition Law: Substance, Process and Policy is an unparalleled book developed in collaboration with the College of Europe’s Global Competition Law Centre (GCLC). Remedies, designed to correct the negative effects of anti-competitive activity in markets, are central to competition law enforcement and act as a benchmark against which the efficiency of the overall system can be measured. A dearth of coverage which looks at issues, such as mergers, antitrust and State aid, quite a few recent high-profile decisions and an increased focus on areas such as digital markets, have triggered the need for an authoritative and comprehensive guide such as this.

This exceptional book provides well-articulated and practical commentaries by leading experts from the GCLC’s unique network which were originally presented at the 2019 GCLC annual conference. It elucidates topics under the following heads:

  • objectives and limitations of remedies;
  • types of remedies in competition law enforcement;
  • implementation and process;
  • ex post assessment of remedies and policy lessons; and
  • national and international approaches.

The group of authors includes the Director-General of the European Commission’s competition department, lawyers from major international firms, and well-known economists and academics specialising in competition law.

Subjects:
Competition Law