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European Competition Journal

2018 - 2018

Current editor(s): Philip Marsden

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Volume 14, issue 2-3, 2018

Protecting consumers and their data through competition law? Rethinking abuse of dominance in light of the Federal Cartel Office’s Facebook investigation pp. 195-215 Downloads
Maximilian N. Volmar and Katharina O. Helmdach
How effective are remedies in merger cases? A European and national assessment pp. 216-247 Downloads
Michael Polemis and Aikaterina Oikonomou
Analysing European economic competitiveness through the prism of economic innovation pp. 248-277 Downloads
Augustin Ignatov
Lower drug prices can improve innovation pp. 278-304 Downloads
Marcel Canoy and Jan Tichem
B2B unfair trade practices and EU competition law pp. 305-341 Downloads
Sara Abdollah Dehdashti
Tying and bundling in the digital era pp. 342-366 Downloads
Stefan Holzweber
Competition policy’s social paradox: are we losing sight of the wood for the trees? pp. 367-416 Downloads
Anca D. Chirita
The role of big data and digital privacy in merger review pp. 417-444 Downloads
Maria C. Wasastjerna
Restrictions of online sales and vertical agreements: Bundeskartellamt vs. Commission? Why Coty and Asics are compatible pp. 445-461 Downloads
Bernadette Zelger
The Google Saga: episode I pp. 462-490 Downloads
Ioannis Kokkoris

Volume 14, issue 1, 2018

Tacit collusion or parallel behaviour in oligopolistic markets? The two faces of Janus pp. 1-37 Downloads
Michael Polemis and Aikaterina Oikonomou
The role of consumer data in the enforcement of EU competition law pp. 38-80 Downloads
Konstantina Bania
Selective distribution and online marketplace restrictions under EU competition rules after Coty Prestige pp. 81-109 Downloads
Giuseppe Colangelo and Valerio Torti
Making contribution work: the liability of privileged and non-privileged injurers in EU competition law pp. 110-128 Downloads
Carsten Koenig
Fining Google: a missed opportunity for legal certainty? pp. 129-151 Downloads
Magali Eben
Making the case for competition in policymaking – lessons from CMA advocacy 2014–2018 pp. 152-173 Downloads
John Kirkpatrick
Bank competition and the transmission of unconventional monetary policy in the euro area pp. 174-193 Downloads
Barbara Baarsma and Melvin Vooren
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