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Journal of Competition Law and Economics

2005 - 2018

Current editor(s): Damien Geradin, J. Gregory Sidak

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Volume 14, issue 1, 2018

ECONOMIC EVIDENCE AND PROCEDURAL FAIRNESS: LESSONS FROM THE UK COMPETITION REGIME pp. 1-45 Downloads
Peter Davis
PRIVATE ANTITRUST AT THE U.S. INTERNATIONAL TRADE COMMISSION pp. 46-64 Downloads
F Scott Kieff
MOBILE PHONE REGULATION: THE EFFECTS OF PROHIBITING HANDSET BUNDLING IN FINLAND pp. 65-90 Downloads
Thomas W Hazlett, Sarah Oh and Brent Skorup
DOES THE EUROPEAN DAMAGES DIRECTIVE MAKE CONSUMERS BETTER OFF? pp. 91-114 Downloads
Miriam C Buiten, Peter van Wijck and Jan Kees Winters
APPLYING TWO-SIDED MARKETS THEORY: THE MASTERCARD AND AMERICAN EXPRESS DECISIONS pp. 115-143 Downloads
Giuseppe Colangelo and Mariateresa Maggiolino
JUDGING IN EUROPE: DO LEGAL TRADITIONS MATTER? pp. 144-178 Downloads
Angela Huyue Zhang, Jingchen Liu and Nuno Garoupa

Volume 13, issue 4, 2017

WERE THE 1982 MERGER GUIDELINES OLD NEWS? pp. 577-608 Downloads
Alan J Meese and Sarah L Stafford
TO POOL OR NOT TO POOL: A CLOSER LOOK AT THE USE OF SUB-REGRESSIONS IN ANTITRUST CLASS CERTIFICATION pp. 609-636 Downloads
Ai Deng
THE DECISION TO INVESTIGATE MERGERS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM’S VOLUNTARY REGIME pp. 637-665 Downloads
Simon Chisholm and Tom Heideman
DEFINING ABNORMALLY LOW TENDERS—A COMPARISON BETWEEN SWEDEN AND DENMARK pp. 666-709 Downloads
Grith Skovgaard Ølykke and Johan Nyström
CONSUMER DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF ANTITRUST RULES: HOW TO REACH FULL COMPENSATION FOR CONSUMERS? pp. 710-728 Downloads
Nicole S R Rosenboom, Viktória Kocsis and José D W E Mulder
LENIENCY, COLLUSION, CORRUPTION, AND WHISTLEBLOWING pp. 729-766 Downloads
Reinaldo Diogo Luz and Giancarlo Spagnolo
EU MERGER CONTROL AND BIG DATA pp. 767-790 Downloads
Ben Holles de Peyer

Volume 13, issue 3, 2017

THE IMPLICATIONS OF BREXIT FOR UK COMPETITION LAW AND POLICY pp. 389-422 Downloads
John Fingleton, Amelia Fletcher, Nicholas Forwood, Ali Nikpay, Jon Turner, John Vickers and Richard Whish
THE APPLE E-BOOKS CASE: WHEN IS A VERTICAL CONTRACT A HUB IN A HUB-AND-SPOKE CONSPIRACY? pp. 423-474 Downloads
Benjamin Klein
THE ECONOMIC EFFECTS OF UBER ON TAXI DRIVERS IN TAIWAN pp. 475-500 Downloads
Hung-Hao Chang
COMPETITIVE EFFECTS OF INTERNATIONAL AIRLINE COOPERATION pp. 501-548 Downloads
Robert J CalzarettaJr., Yair Eilat and Mark A Israel
JUDICIAL CONTROL OF LOCAL PROTECTIONISM IN CHINA: ANTITRUST ENFORCEMENT AGAINST ADMINISTRATIVE MONOPOLY ON THE SUPREME PEOPLE's COURT pp. 549-575 Downloads
Eric C Ip and Kelvin Hiu Fai Kwok

Volume 13, issue 2, 2017

What Can the FTC's Section 6(b) PAE Study Teach Us? A Practical Review of the Study's Methodology, Results, and Policy Recommendations pp. 191-224 Downloads
Anne Layne-Farrar
DOES EU COMPETITION POLICY SUPPORT INCLUSIVE GROWTH? pp. 225-260 Downloads
Adriaan Dierx, Fabienne Ilzkovitz, Beatrice Pataracchia, Marco Ratto, Anna Elisabeth Thum and Janos Varga
CAN ONE (EVER) ACCURATELY DEFINE MARKETS? pp. 261-280 Downloads
Andrew P. Vassallo
AN ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF THE SINGLE ECONOMIC ENTITY DOCTRINE IN EU COMPETITION LAW pp. 281-88 Downloads
Carsten Koenig
Testing Justification for Segment Based Relevant Product Market Definition in Merger Control: Evidence From Turkey pp. 328-345 Downloads
Gönenç Gürkaynak and Ekrem Kalkan
THE KNOWN UNKNOWN: IN SEARCH FOR A LEGAL STRUCTURE OF THE SIGNIFICANCE CRITERION OF THE SIEC TEST pp. 346-387 Downloads
Stefan Thomas

Volume 13, issue 1, 2017

THE FALLACIES OF PATENT-HOLDUP THEORY pp. 1-44 Downloads
Alexander Galetovic and Stephen Haber
REGULATING THE INFERENTIAL PROCESS IN ALLEGED ARTICLE 101 TFEU INFRINGEMENTS pp. 45-88 Downloads
Kenneth Khoo
THE STRANGE CAREER OF INDEPENDENT VOTING TRUSTS IN U.S. RAIL MERGERS pp. 89-102 Downloads
Russell Pittman
EX POST EVALUATION OF ANTITRUST AND UNFAIR COMPETITION FINES ON FIRMS: EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE FROM TAIWAN pp. 103-124 Downloads
Hung-Hao Chang
CRIMINAL SANCTIONS FOR CARTEL CONDUCT: THE LENIENCY CONUNDRUM pp. 125-149 Downloads
Caron Beaton-Wells
CONCEPTS OF THE CONSUMER IN COMPETITION, REGULATORY, AND CONSUMER PROTECTION POLICES pp. 151-184 Downloads
Christopher Decker
UMBRELLA EFFECTS: CORRECTION AND EXTENSION pp. 185-189 Downloads
Emanuel Holler and Maarten Pieter Schinkel

Volume 12, issue 4, 2016

ADMINISTRATIVE LITIGATION AT THE FTC: EFFECTIVE TOOL FOR DEVELOPINGTHE LAW OR RUBBER STAMP? pp. 623-659 Downloads
Maureen K. Ohlhausen
THE ROLE OF CAPACITY IN ANTITRUST ANALYSIS pp. 661-700 Downloads
Seth Sacher and Jeremy Sandford
AN EMPIRICAL COMPARISON BETWEEN THE UPWARD PRICING PRESSURE TEST ANDMERGER SIMULATION IN DIFFERENTIATED PRODUCT MARKETS pp. 701-734 Downloads
Lydia Cheung
ARTICLE 101 TFEU AND MARKET INTEGRATION pp. 749-779 Downloads
Pablo Ibáñez Colomo
A COMPETITION LAW ASSESSMENT OF PLATFORM MOST-FAVORED-CUSTOMER CLAUSES pp. 781-833 Downloads
Pınar Akman

Volume 12, issue 3, 2016

ADVISING THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES ON ECONOMIC POLICY pp. 417-424 Downloads
Paul W. MacAvoy
PAUL W. MacAVOY IN MEMORIAM pp. 425-426 Downloads
Stephen G. Breyer
THE UNCERTAIN WELFARE EFFECTS OF RAILROAD COMPETITION AND RAILROAD REGULATION, 1870-1900 pp. 427-442 Downloads
George L. Priest
REMEMBERING PAUL MacAVOY IN THE BOARDROOM AND THE CLASSROOM pp. 443-450 Downloads
Ira M. Millstein
PAUL MacAVOY AND THE MARKETPLACE OF IDEAS pp. 451-464 Downloads
J. Gregory Sidak
PARTIAL DEREGULATION IN TELECOMMUNICATIONS: AN UPDATE pp. 465-476 Downloads
Jerry A. Hausman and William E. Taylor
SOCIALISM FOR RED STATES IN THE ELECTRIC UTILITY INDUSTRY pp. 477-494 Downloads
Richard Schmalensee
DOES THE FTC'S THEORY OF PRODUCT HOPPING PROMOTE COMPETITION? pp. 495-506 Downloads
Dennis Carlton, Fredrick A. Flyer and Yoad Shefi
WHEN A STRANGER CALLS: STANDARDS OUTSIDERS AND UNENCUMBERED PATENTS pp. 507-540 Downloads
Jorge L. Contreras
USING NETWORK THEORY TO DETECT DOMINANT CARTEL FIRMS pp. 541-556 Downloads
Pilar Grau-Carles and Miguel Cuerdo-Mir
SYSTEMIC EFFICIENCIES IN COMPETITION LAW: EVIDENCE FROM THE ICT INDUSTRY pp. 557-590 Downloads
Konstantinos Stylianou
OUT-OF-MARKET EFFICIENCIES, TWO-SIDED PLATFORMS, AND CONSUMER WELFARE: A LEGAL AND ECONOMIC ANALYSIS pp. 591-622 Downloads
Francesco Ducci

Volume 12, issue 2, 2016

A RETROSPECTIVE ON MERGER RETROSPECTIVES IN THE UNITED STATES pp. 209-232 Downloads
Malcolm B. Coate
ANTITRUST AND DEMOCRACY: PERSPECTIVES FROM EFFICIENCY AND EQUITY pp. 233-261 Downloads
Tay-Cheng Ma
FINE SCHEDULE WITH HETEROGENOUS CARTELS: ARE THE WRONG CARTELS DETERRED? pp. 263-277 Downloads
Sissel Jensen and Lars Sørgard
THE ECONOMICS OF PASS-THROUGH WITH PRODUCTION CONSTRAINTS pp. 279-285 Downloads
Dov Rothman, Philipp Tillmann and David Toniatti
PRICING STRATEGIES AND LITIGATION RISKS: AN ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF THE DOWNSTREAM PETROLEUM INDUSTRY pp. 287-311 Downloads
Michael D. Noel
DESIGNING AUCTIONS TO PROTECT COMPETITION AND TO PROMOTE EFFICIENCY AND REVENUE pp. 313-340 Downloads
Jia Yi Jayme Leong and Hi-Lin Tan
THE HYPOTHETICAL MONOPOLIST TEST IN SYSCO: A LITIGATION MUDDLE NEEDING ANALYTIC CLARITY pp. 341-350 Downloads
Gregory J. Werden
WHO CONFESSES FOR LENIENCY? EVIDENCE FROM KOREA pp. 351-374 Downloads
Nayoung Kim and Yungsan Kim
CARTEL PUNISHMENT AND THE DISTORTIVE EFFECTS OF FINES pp. 375-399 Downloads
Emilie Dargaud, Andrea Mantovani and Carlo Reggiani
HOW PASS-ON THEORY SHOULD BE APPLIED IN KOREAN ANTITRUST LITIGATION pp. 401-414 Downloads
Se-In Lee

Volume 12, issue 1, 2016

THE EUROPEAN DIRECTIVE ON DAMAGES ACTIONS: A MISSED OPPORTUNITY TO RECONCILE COMPENSATION OF VICTIMS AND LENIENCY INCENTIVES pp. 1-30 Downloads
Philipp Kirst and Roger Van den Bergh
DETERRING BIDDER COLLUSION: AUCTION DESIGN COMPLEMENTS ANTITRUST POLICY pp. 31-68 Downloads
Hong Wang and Hong-min Chen
MODELING THE DURATION OF MERGER REVIEWS IN NEW ZEALAND pp. 69-97 Downloads
Qing Gong Yang and Michael Pickford
ADDING DIMENSION TO MERGER ANALYSIS pp. 99-112 Downloads
Mark A. Jamison and Janice A. Hauge
EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE OF CONSUMER RESPONSE IN REGULATED MARKETS pp. 113-149 Downloads
Catherine Waddams Price and Minyan Zhu
MARGIN SQUEEZE: AN ABOVE-COST PREDATORY PRICING APPROACH pp. 151-179 Downloads
Germain Gaudin and Despoina Mantzari
THE MARKET ECONOMY INVESTOR PRINCIPLE: LESSONS LEARNED FROM THE CIUDAD DE LA LUZ CASE pp. 181-208 Downloads
Adina Claici, Georges Siotis, Obhi Chatterjee and Oliver Stehmann
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