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Decentralization or the Law of Unintended Consequences

Stephen Kinsella and Anouck Meier

Antitrust Chronicle, 2008, vol. 10

Abstract: Five years on, the Commission is carrying out the scheduled review of the success of Regulation 1. To that end it has solicited comments from its "customers.†There are signs that it may have already prejudged the outcome of the consultation in remarks that express satisfaction at how the Regulation has worked stating that antitrust enforcement was both “strengthened and simplified.†It seems timely to question whether that satisfaction is in fact merited.

Date: 2008
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