Research Handbooks in Competition Law series

This highly-topical series addresses some of the most important questions and areas of research in competition law and antitrust. Each volume is designed by a leading expert to appraise the current state of thinking and probe the key questions for future research on a particular topic. The series encompasses some of the most pressing issues as well as the foundational pillars of the field, including: merger control, competition damages, abuse of dominance and cartels, amongst others.

Each Research Handbook comprises specially-commissioned chapters from leading academics, and practitioners, as well as those with an emerging reputation and is written with a global readership in mind. Equally useful as reference tools or high-level introductions to specific topics, issues and debates, these Research Handbooks will be used by academic researchers, postgraduate students, practising lawyers, competition authority officials and policy makers.

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