International Encyclopaedia for Competition Law
Edited by Prof. Francesco Denozza, Prof. Alberto Toffoletto, Ms Alessandra Stabilini & Mr Pablo Purro
The law of competition has become increasingly important in the last decades, while markets have overcome national and continental boundaries and many economic sectors tend to concentrate towards oligopoly structures. Moreover, the international dimension of many industries often requires commercial lawyers to consider the antitrust implications of deals and M&A operations in several jurisdictions at the same time.
The International Encyclopaedia on Competition Law aims at providing an in-depth description of the antitrust laws of more than 30 Countries, including the U.S. Federal Acts and the legislation of the European Union. Each monography will include a description of the substantial as well as the procedural rules of a particular jurisdiction and will provide a description of the leading cases, together with an essential bibliography.