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Le "Bookmark Concurrence" est une sélection de près de 500 sites de droits de la concurrence, en Europe et dans le reste du monde. Le choix des sites a été opéré sur des critères d’accessibilité en libre accès ou de valeur ajoutée. Les sites sont classés en 7 catégories : Institutions, Jurisprudence, Revues juridiques, Associations professionnelles...

Cette section contient une sélection de 500 sites nationaux et internationaux de droit de la concurrence. Section ouverte aux propositions de sites permettant la mise en place de liens croisés. Ressource en accès libre.

Européens
Commission européenne
EUROPA - DG Competition
European Commission - Competition - Europa/European Commission - Competition
Court of Justice, General Court, and Civil Service Tribunal
Curia
Cour Européenne des Droits de l’Homme
European Court of Human Rights - Home page / Accueil - Cour européenne des
Nationaux
Pays membres et candidats de l’Union Européenne
Autriche
Federal Competition Authority / Bundeswettbewerbsbehörde (BWB)
Federal Competition Authority
Austrian Regulatory Authority for Broadcasting and Telecommunications / Rundfunk und Telekom Regulierungs-GmbH (RTR-GmbH)
Belgique
Belgian Competition Authority
Belgium Institute for postal services and Telecommunications
Federal Public Service Economy, SMEs, Self-employed and Energy
Bulgarie
Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Bulgaria - State Aid Department
Official web site of State Aid Department
Commission for the Protection of Competition
The Commission is responsible for anti-trust matters and State aid control
Chypre
Commission for the Protection of Competition - Home Page
Site of the Commission for the Protection of Competition of the Republic of Cyprus  : press releases, full text of legislation, investigations and decisions on antitrust and mergers
Office of the Commissioner of State Aid Control
Website of the Commissioner for State Aid Control. The objective pursued is the effective implementation of EC state aid policy in Cyprus, the aim of which is to maintain and strengthen healthy competition between undertakings in the common market, particularly in the interests of European consumers.
République Tchèque
Office for the Protection of Competition / Úøadu pro ochranu hospodáøské soutìže
Danemark
Danish Competition and Consumer Authority
National IT and Telecom Agency (IT- og Telestyrelsen)
Telecommunications regulator
Estonie
Competition Authority / Konkurentsiamet
Responsible for anti-trust matters
Ministry of Finance
The Division of Competition and State aid within the Ministry of Finance is responsible for State aid matters.
Finlande
Competition Authority / Kilpailuvirasto
Finnish Communications Regulatory Authority (FICORA) - Home page
Finnish post & telecoms regulator
Market Court / Markkinaoikeus
The Market court is a special court hearing market law, competition and public procurement cases.
France
Cour de cassation
Court of cassation / Cour de cassation
in France, the Court of cassation is the Supreme Judiciary Court.
Conseil d’Etat
Council of State / Conseil d’Etat
The Council of State is the supreme court for administrative justice.
Cour d’appel de Paris
The Paris Court of Appeal / La Cour d’appel de Paris et les Tribunaux du ressort
Ministère de l’Economie, des Finances et de l’Industrie - Direction Générale de la Concurrence, de la Consommation et de la Répression des fraudes (DGCCRF)
DGCCRF - Direction générale de la Concurrence, de la Consommation et de la Répression des fraudes (page d’accueil)
Autorité de la concurrence
Competition Authority / Autorité de la concurrence
Autorité de Régulation des Communications Electroniques et des Postes (ARCEP)
Arcep Home-page
ARCEP is the National Regulatory Authority, which supervises and regulates the telecommunications as well as the postal services market.
Commission de Régulation de l’Energie (CRE)
Electricity Regulation Commission / Commission de régulation de l’énergie (CRE)
Independent administrative body in charge of regulating the French electricity and gas markets.
Allemagne
Federal Cartel Office / Bundeskartellamt
Grèce
Competition Commission / Epitropi Antagonismou
EETT - National Telecommunications and Post Commission
EETT is the National Regulatory Authority, which supervises and regulates the telecommunications as well as the postal services market.
Hongrie
Gazdasági Versenyhivatal / Competition Authority
Responsible for anti-trust matters
Ministry of Finance - State aid Monitoring Office / Pénzügyminisztérium -
Responsible for State aid matters.
Irlande
Competition Authority / An tÚdarás Iomaíochta
Commission for Communications Regulations - Office of Director of Telecommunications Regulation (ODTR)
Telecommunications, radiocommunications & postal regulation Ireland - licenses, mobile masts, fixed wireless access, telephone numbering -
Ann Roinn Iompair / Department of Transport / Autorité de régulation du transport
Italie
Italian Antitrust Authority / Autorità Garante della Concorrenza e del Mercato
the Italian Regulatory Authority for Electricity and Gas / Autorità per l’energia elettrica e il gas
The Communications Regulatory Authority (Agcom) / Autorità per le Garanzie nelle Comunicazioni
Autorita’ per le Garanzie nelle Comunicazioni - Home Page
Lettonie
Competition Council of Latvia / KP.GOV.LV - Konkurences padome
The Council is responsible for decision-making on anti-trust matters and is supported in investigations by the Competition Bureau.
Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Latvia - State Aid Surveillance Commission
Lituanie
Competition Council / Konkurencijos taryba
Luxembourg
Regulator for telecommunications, energy and post / Institut Luxembourgeois de Régulation
Competition Council / Portail de la Concurrence du Grand-Duché de Luxembourg
concurrence, inspection, luxembourg
Malte
Malta Competition and Consumer Affairs Authority
Ministry of Finance - State Aid Monitoring Board / Ministère des Finances - Bureau des Aides d’Etat
The Portal of the Ministry of Finance of the Government of Malta. Provides information and access to websites of all Departments and Units within the Ministry.
Pays-Bas
Netherlands Competition Authority / Nederlandse Mededingingsautoriteit (NMa)
Office of Energy Regulation / Directie Toezicht Energie (DTe)
Office of Transport Regulation / Vervoerkamer
Netherlands posts & telecommunications regulator / Onafhankelijke Post en Telecommunicatie Autoriteit (OPTA)
OPTA independently regulates compliance with legislation and regulations in the areas of post and electronic communications.
Pologne
Office of Competition and Consumer Protection / Urzad Ochrony Konkurencji i Konsumentów
Responsible both for anti-trust and State aid matters.
Portugal
Portuguese competition authority / Autoridade da Concorrência
Telecommunications regulator for Portugal / Autoridade nacional de Comunicacoes (ANACOM)
Roumanie
Competition Council / Consiliul Concurentei
Responsible for anti-trust investigations and for monitoring and reporting on State aid.
Slovak Republic / Slovenská republika
Antimonopoly office / Protimonopolný úrad
Responsible for anti-trust matters.
Slovénie
Ministry of Finance / Ministrstvo za finance
The State Aid Commission, affiliated to the Ministry of Finance, is responsible for State aid matters.
Competition Protection Office / Urad RS za varstvo konkurence
Responsible for anti-trust matters.
Espagne
Comisión Nacional de la Competencia / National Competition Commission (CNC)
National Energy Commission / Comision Nacional de Energia
National Regulatory Commission in the energy sector.
Telecommunications Market Commission / Comision del Mercado de las Telecomunicaciones (CMT)
Suède
Competition Authority / Konkurrensverket
Swedish National Post and Telecom Agency / Post- och Telestyrelsen
Post- och telestyrelsen, PTS, the Swedish National Post and Telecom Agency, is the governmental authority that monitors the electronic communications and postal sectors.
Royaume-Uni
UK Competition Authority - Office of Fair Trading / Autorité de concurrence
The OFT is the UK’s consumer and competition authority.
Competition Commission / Commission de la concurrence
The CC is an independent public body which conducts in-depth inquiries into mergers, markets and the regulation of the major regulated industries.
Office of Communications (OFCOM)
Ofcom is the independent regulator and competition authority for the UK communications industries, with responsibilities across television, radio, telecommunications and wireless communications services.
Office of Gas and Electricity Markets (Ofgem)
The Office of Gas and Electricity Markets (Ofgem) is the regulator for the gas and electricity industries in Great Britain.
Office of Rail Regulation (ORR)
The Office of Rail Regulation is assisting British Transport Police and the Rail Accident Investigation Branch in their independent investigation into the derailment.
Competition Appeal Tribunal
The United Kingdom Competition Appeal Tribunal (“CAT”) is a specialist judicial body with cross-disciplinary expertise in law, economics, business and accountancy. Under United Kingdom law, the function of the CAT is to hear and decide appeals and other applications or claims involving competition or economic regulatory issues. The site provides details of the CAT’s current and archived cases. There is a brief description of what stage the case is currently at along with the associated documents such as the notice of application and transcript of public hearing. There is also a section bringing together all the judgments handed down by the CAT. The website gives background information about the CAT and its functions, its rules of procedure and practice directions and a site search engine.
Autres pays européens
Albania
Ministry of Economy - Competition Department / Ministria Ekonomise
Competition Commission
Website in English, including texts and decisions.
Bosnia & Herzegovina
Council of Competition
Croatia / Hrvatska
Croatian Competition Agency / Agencija za zaštitu tržišnog natjecanja
Agency for Protection of Market Competition
Faroe Islands
Faroese Competition Authority
Iceland / Lýðveldið Ísland
Icelandic Competition Authority / Samkeppniseftirlitið Rauðarárstígur
Jersey
Channel Islands Competition and Regulatory Authorities or ’CICRA
The Channel Islands Competition and Regulatory Authorities or ’CICRA’ is the name given to the Jersey Competition Regulatory Authority and the Guernsey Competition and Regulatory Authority (formerly the Office of Utility Regulation). CICRA was established under the Guernsey Competition and Regulatory Authority Ordinance, 2012.
Kosovo
Kosovo Competition Commission
Liechtenstein
Office of Economic Affair / Amt für Volkswirtschaft (AVW)
Moldova
National Agency for the Protection of Competition
Montenegro
Adminisration for Protection of Competition
Norway / Nordhrvegr
Norwegian Competition Authority / Konkurransetilsynet
The Norwegian Competition Authority’s (NCA) main task is to enforce competition law.
Russie
Ministry for Antimonopoly Policy and Support to Entrepreneurship
Serbia
Commission for the Protection of Competition (CPC)
Switzerland / Suisse / Schweiz / Svizzera / Svizra
Competition Commission
The Competition Commission is an independent federal authority. The tasks of the Competition Commission are combating harmful cartels, monitoring dominant companies for signs of anti-competitive conduct, enforcing merger control legislation and preventing the imposition of restraints of competition by the state.
Turkey / Türkiye Cumhuriyeti
Competition Authority / Rekabet Kuruma
Ukraine
Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine
Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine is the state authority with special status, aimed at providing the state protection to competition in the field of entrepreneurial activity.
Amérique du Nord
Canada
Competition Bureau / Bureau de la concurrence
The Bureau is an independent law enforcement agency responsible for the administration and enforcement of the Competition Act, the Consumer Packaging and Labelling Act, the Textile Labelling Act and the Precious Metals Marking Act.
Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) / Conseil de la radiodiffusion et des télécommunications canadiennes (CRTC)
The CRTC is an independent agency responsible for regulating Canada’s broadcasting and telecommunications systems.
Greenland
Greenland Competition Authority
United States of America
Federal Trade Commission for the Consumer (FTC)
Federal Trade Commission Home
United States Department of Justice (DOJ)
United States Department of Justice
U.S. Department of Justice  : Antitrust Division
Utility regulators
FERC  : Federal Regulation and Oversight of Energy - Electricity, Natural Gas, LNG Terminals, Hydropower, and Petroleum
FERC regulates, monitors and investigates electricity, natural gas, hydropower, oil matters, natural gas pipelines, LNG terminals, hydroelectric dams, electric transmission, energy markets and pricing.
Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is an independent US government agency, directly responsible to Congress, and regulates interstate and international communications by radio, television, wire, satellite and cable. FCC website resources include Public Notices, News Releases, Orders, Notices of Proposed Rulemaking, FactSheets, databases, and audio recordings
Afrique
Botswana
Competition Authority of Botswana
Consumer Protection Unit, Department of Trade and Consumer Protection
Egypt
Egyptian Competition Authority
Egyptian Consumer Protection Agency
Gambia
Gambia Competition Commission
Standards and Consumer Protection Board, Ministry of Trade, Industry, Regional Integration and Employment
Kenya
Competition Authority of Kenya
Mauritius / Maurice
Competition Commission of Mauritius
Consumer Protection Unit, Ministry of Commerce and Consumer Protection
Morocco / Maroc
Competition Council
Namibia / Namibie
Namibia Compeition Commission
Seychelles
Seychelles Fair Trading Commission
South Africa
Competition Commission
The Competition Commission is a statutory body constituted in terms of the Competition Act, No 89 of 1998 by the Government of South Africa empowered to investigate, control and evaluate restrictive business practices, abuse of dominant positions and mergers in order to achieve equity and efficiency in the South African economy.
Competition Tribunal
The Competition Tribunal has jurisdiction throughout South Africa and adjudicates competition matters in accordance with the Competition Act (Act 89 of 1998).
Swaziland
Swaziland Competition Commission
Tanzania / Tanzanie
Fair Competition Commission
Tunisia / Tunisie
Competition Council / Conseil de la concurrence de Tunisie
Zambia / Zambie
Zambia Competition Commission / Commission de la concurrence
The Zambia Competition Commission was established under the Competition and Fair trading Act Section 4 of Chapter 417 of the Laws of Zambia to prevent anti-competitive and restrictive business practices and promotes consumer welfare. Zambia Competition is an autonomous corporate body under the Ministry of Commerce, Trade and Industry.
Zimbabwe
Ministry of State Enterprises, Anti-Monopolies and Anti-Corruption
Asie / Moyen-Orient
Afghanistan
Minister of Commerce - Competition Promotion Consumer Protection Directorate (CPCPD)
Armenia
State Commission for the Protection of Economic Competition
Azerbaijan
State Service for Antimonopoly Policy and Consumer Rights’ Protection
Chine
Antimonopoly Bureau - Ministry of Commerce of the People’s Republic of China
State Administration For Industry & Commerce (SAIC) People’s Republic of China
National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) People’s Republic of China
Hong Kong
Competition Policy Advisory Group
Inde
Competition Commission of India
Indonésie
Commission for the Supervisory of Business Competition / Komisi Pengawas Persaingan Usaha (KPPU)
The KPPU performs its duties on the basis of law No. 5/1999 to prevent unfair business practices that restrict effective competition.
Israël
Israel Antitrust Authority
The Israel Antitrust Authority (IAA) is an independent government enforcement agency. The IAA is mandated to prevent market power through merger control and anti-cartel enforcement, to restrain abuse by dominant firms of their positions and to preserve competition in the various markets.
Japon
Japan Fair Trade Commission (JFTC)
Jordan
Competition Directorate at the Ministry of Industry and Trade
Kazakhstan
Agency for Competition Protection
Corée
Fair Trade Commission
The KFTC is responsible for enacting and enforcing competition laws as well as protecting consumers from market economy, the reby ultimately aiming to enhance transparency in business activities and boost competition in the market environment.
Kirghizistan
State Agency on Antimonopoly Policy
State Commission on Antimonopoly Policy under the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic.
Macedonia (FYROM)
Commission for Protection of Competition
Malaysia
Malaysia Competition Commission
Mongolie
Mongolian Authority of Fair Competition and Consumer Protection
Pakistan
Competition Commission of Pakistan
Philippines
Bureau of Trade, Regulation and Consumer Protection (BTRCP)
The Bureau of Trade, Regulation and Consumer Protection aims to serve the needs of both business and consumers. Specifically, its services are aimed at creating a business-friendly environment that promotes and facilitates the growth of investments, trade and industry in the country. At the same time, by promoting competition and enforcing fair trade laws, BTRC protects the welfare of consumers and enables them to get value for their money.
Saudi Arabia
Council of Competition Protection
Singapore / Republik Singapura
Competition Commission
Sri Lanka
Consumers Affairs Authority
Syria
Competition Commission
Taïwan
Fair Trade Commission
The FTC is the central competent authority in charge of competition policy and Fair Trade Law in Taiwan. It is charged with drafting fair trade policy, laws, regulations, and investigating and handling various activities acts impeding competition, such as monopolies, mergers, concerted actions, and other restraints on competition or unfair trade practices by on the part of enterprises.
Thaïlande
Office of Trade Competition Commission (OTCC)
Ouzbékistan
State Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan on demonopolization and competition development
The State Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan on Demonopolization, support of competition and entrepreneurship is a state agency that carries out state policy on developing competitive environment, limiting monopolistic activities and regulating natural monopolies, reorganizing economically insufficient ventures, supporting the development of entrepreneurship, protecting consumer rights and controlling advertising activities.
Vietnam
Vietnam Competition Authority
Amérique centrale et Amérique du sud
Argentina
National Competition Commission / Comision Nacional de Defensa de la Competenza
Barbados
Fair Trading Commission
To be a transparent and accountable agency providing professional services to those whom we serve thereby safeguarding the interest of consumers, promoting and encouraging fair competition and ensuring efficient regulated utility services.
Brazil / Brasil
Secretaria de Direito Econômico - Ministério da Justiça / Secretariat of Economic Law - Ministry of Justice / Secrétariat de Droit Economique - Ministère de la Justice
Administrative Council for Economic Defense / Conselho Administrativo de Defesa Econômica (CADE)
Secretaria de Acompanhamento Econômico (SEAE) / Secretariat for Economic Monitoring / Secrétariat pour l’accompagnement économique
Chile
National Economic Prosecutor’s Office / Fiscalia Nacional Economica
Tribunal for the Defense of Free Competition - Tribunal de Defensa de la Libre Competencia
Colombia
Superintendence of Industry and Commerce - Superintendencia de Industria y Comercio
Costa Rica
Comission for the Promotion of Competition - Ministry of Industry and Commerce / Comisión para Promover la Competencia (COPROCOM) - Ministerio de Economía Industria y Comercio
Dominican Republic
Procompetencia
El Salvador
Superintendence of Competition
Honduras
Commission for the Defense and Promotion of Competition
Jamaica
Fair Trading Commission
The FTC was established in 1993 to administer the Fair Competition Act (FCA). The FCA provides for the maintenance and encouragement of competition in the conduct of trade, business and in the supply of services in Jamaica.
Mexico
Federal Competition Commission (CFC) / Comision Federal de Competencia (CFC)
The Federal Competition Commission (CFC), created in 1993, is a deconcentrated agency of the Ministry of Economy with technical and operational autonomy, which is responsible for the implementation of the Federal Economic Competition Law (LFCE) in Mexico.
Nicaragua
Procompetencia
Panama / Panamá
Authority for Consumer Protection and Competition Defense / Autoridad de Proteccion al Consumidor y Defensa de la Competencia (ACODECO)
Peru / Perú
Instituto Nacional de Defensa de la Competencia y de la Protección de la Propiedad Intelectual
Uruguay
Commission for Promotion and Defense of Competition
Venezuela / Vénézuéla
Procompetencia - Superintendencia para la Promoción y Protección de la Libre Competencia
Oceania
Australia / Australie
Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC)
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is an independent Commonwealth statutory authority.It promotes competition and fair trade in the market place to benefit consumers, business and the community. It also regulates national infrastructure services.
National Competition Council
Victorian Competition and Efficiency Commission (VCEC)
The Victorian Competition and Efficiency Commission (VCEC) is the Victorian Government’s foremost body advising on business regulation reform and identifying opportunities for improving Victoria’s competitive position. Copies of Commission publications including inquiry reports and regulation reviews which look at the regulatory environment within particular industries. Site search engine.
Fiji
Commerce Commission
New Zealand / Nouvelle-Zélande
Commerce Commission
The Commerce Commission enforces legislation that promotes competition in New Zealand markets and prohibits misleading and deceptive conduct by traders. The Commission also enforces a number of pieces of legislation specific to the telecommunications, dairy and electricity industries.
Competition, Trade and Investment Branch - Ministry of Economic Development
The Competition, Trade and Investment (CTI) branch (formerly Regulatory and Competition Policy Branch) has the key responsibility for providing policy advice on the regulatory and competition frameworks for business, with a view to achieving business efficiency, and enhancing innovation and sustainable economic growth.
Papua New Guinea
Independent Consumer and Competition Commission
Internationaux
International Competition Network
The International Competition Network (ICN) seeks to provide competition authorities with a specialized yet informal venue for maintaining regular contacts and addressing practical competition concerns. It is focused on improving worldwide cooperation and enhancing convergence through dialogue. The ICN is the only international body devoted exclusively to competition law enforcement. Membership is voluntary and open to any national or multinational competition authority entrusted with the enforcement of antitrust laws. The ICN does not exercise any rule-making function.
Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation
Since its inception in 1989, APEC Member Economies work together to sustain economic growth through a commitment to open trade, investment and economic reform.
Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
OECD Competition Committee works on competition law and policy actively encourages decision-makers in government to tackle anti-competitive practices and regulations and promotes market-oriented reform throughout the world. Valuable ressources include  : Committee Reports, Recommendations and Best Practices, Best Practice Roundtables.
World Trade Organisation (WTO)
The WTO is the only international body dealing with the rules of trade between nations. At its heart are the WTO agreements, the legal ground-rules for international commerce and for trade policy.
EFTA Surveillance Authority
Located in Brussels, the EFTA Surveillance Authority ensures that Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway respect their obligations under the Agreement on the European Economic Area (EEA Agreement) which entered into force on 1 January 1994.
Internationl Chamber of Commerce - Commission on Competition (ICC)
As an international business organization, the ICC is concerned with competition policy as it affects the international business community, and provides the business perspective to the international dialog on competition. This page provides links to ICC guidelines, policy statements, new items and documents.
Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) - Competition Commission
The Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) is a free trade area with twenty member states in Africa. Its Competition Commission is a body corporate responsible for promoting fair competition and penalising uncompetitive practices in the COMESA region.
Carribean Community - CARICOM Competition Commission
Européens
Pratiques
Competition policies
Eurlex
Principes de concurrence
Competition principles
Eurlex
Ententes
EUROPA - DG Competition
European Commission - Competition - Europa/European Commission - Competition
Abus de position dominante
EUROPA - DG Competition
European Commission - Competition - Europa/European Commission - Competition
Concentrations
EUROPA - DG Competition
European Commission - Competition - Europa/European Commission - Competition
Application des règles de concurrence aux entreprises publiques
EUR-Lex - Legislation - in force - - Analytical register- Competition policy - Application of the rules of competition to public undertakings
Contrôle des aides d’Etat
EUROPA - DG Competition
European Commission - Competition - Europa/European Commission - Competition
Pratiques de «  dumping  » intracommunautaire
EUR-Lex - Legislation - in force - - Analytical register- Competition policy - Intra-Community dumping practices
Obligations à charge des entreprises
EUR-Lex - Legislation - in force - - Analytical register- Competition policy - Obligations of undertakings
Monopoles nationaux à caractère commercial
EUR-Lex - Legislation - in force - - Analytical register- Competition policy - National trading monopolies
Secteurs
Energie
EUROPA - DG Competition
European Commission - Competition - Europa/European Commission - Competition
Sports
EUROPA - DG Competition
European Commission - Competition - Europa/European Commission - Competition
Services d’intérêt économique général
EUROPA - DG Competition
European Commission - Competition - Europa/European Commission - Competition
eCommunications
European Commission - Information Society - Telecommunications, Communications and Services - Useful Information
This page presents the site services.
Services postaux
Internal Market - POSTAL SERVICES - EU Postal Legislation
The Commission’s aim is to implement the Single Market for postal services, by opening up the sector to competition in a gradual and controlled way, within a regulatory framework which assures a universal service. The improvement of the uality of service, in particular in terms of delivery time and affordable tariffs are fundamental aspects of this policy.
Transports
Transport - Home page
European Commission - Transport - Home page
Agriculture
EUROPA - DG Competition
European Commission - Competition - Europa/European Commission - Competition
Biens de consommation
EUROPA - DG Competition
European Commission - Competition - Europa/European Commission - Competition
Services financiers
EUROPA - DG Competition
European Commission - Competition - Europa/European Commission - Competition
Véhicules à moteur
EUROPA - DG Competition
European Commission - Competition - Europa/European Commission - Competition
Services professionnels
Site introuvable
EUROPA - DG Competition
European Commission - Competition - Europa/European Commission - Competition
Nationaux
General
Global Legal Information Network (GLIN)
The Global Legal Information Network (GLIN) is a public database of laws, regulations, judicial decisions, and other complementary legal sources contributed by governmental agencies and international organizations. These GLIN members contribute the official full texts of published documents to the database in their original language. Each document is accompanied by a summary in English and subject terms selected from the multilingual index to GLIN. All summaries are available to the public, and public access to full texts is also available in participating jurisdictions.
Etats membres de l’UE
Autriche
Federal Competition Authority / Bundeswettbewerbsbehörde (BWB) - Texts / Gesetze
Only available in German.
Austrian Regulatory Authority for Broadcasting and Telecommunications - Texts / Gesetze
Only available in German.
Belgique
Procédures relatives aux pratiques restrictives de concurrence
Loi sur la protection de la concurence économique, coordonnée le 1er juillet 1999. Cette nouvelle législation a pour but de garantir et de sauvegarder une concurrence effective sur le marché par le jeu d’une politique de concurrence véritable et efficace.
Réglementation relative aux opérations de concentration
Loi sur la protection de la concurence économique, coordonnée le 1er juillet 1999. Cette nouvelle législation a pour but de garantir et de sauvegarder une concurrence effective sur le marché par le jeu d’une politique de concurrence véritable et efficace.
Autorité belge de concurrence - Règlementation
Loi sur la protection de la concurence économique, coordonnée le 1er juillet 1999. Cette nouvelle législation a pour but de garantir et de sauvegarder une concurrence effective sur le marché par le jeu d’une politique de concurrence véritable et efficace.
Telecommunication legislation (IBPT)
Postal sector - Legislation - National framework (BIPT)
Radiocommunications - législation - National framework (BIPT)
Bulgarie
Commission for the Protection of Competition - Legislation
State Aid Department - Legislation
Chypre
Commission for the Protection of Competition - Legislation
Site of the Commission for the Protection of Competition of the Republic of Cyprus  : press releases, full text of legislation, investigations and decisions on antitrust and mergers
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF STATE AID CONTROL - Legislation - Laws and Public Instruments
Website of the Commissioner for State Aid Control. The objective pursued is the effective implementation of EC state aid policy in Cyprus, the aim of which is to maintain and strengthen healthy competition between undertakings in the common market, particularly in the interests of European consumers.
République Tchèque
Office for the Protection of Competition - Legislation
Danemark
Danish Competition Authority - Competition Legislation
Danish Competition Authority - Procurement Rules in Denmark - Legislative Framework
National IT and Telecom Agency - Legislation
Estonie
Site introuvable
Site introuvable
Finlande
Finnish Competition Authority  : Legislation
Finnish Communications Regulatory Authority (FICORA) - Statutes and regulations
Ministry of Trade and Industry - Amendment of the Act on Competition Restrictions
France
All
Legifrance - Le service public de l’accès au droit
Code de commerce
Site institutionnel du Conseil de la concurrence (France)
Lexinter
Classification by policy fields
Loi no 2001-420 du 15 mai 2001 relative aux nouvelles régulations économiques (NRE)
Legifrance - Le service public de l’accès au droit
Allemagne
Bundeskartellamt / Federal Cartel Office - Information leaflets
Bundeskartellamt / Federal Cartel Office - Publications
Bundeskartellamt / Federal Cartel Office - Act against Restraints of Competition (ARC)
Grèce
Hellenic Telecommunications and Post Commission - Regulatory Framework
Epitropi Antagonismou / Competition Commission - Home page
Hongrie
Gazdasági Versenyhivatal / Competition Council - Rules applicable to the Hungarian market
Ministry of Finance - State Aid legislation
Irlande
The Competition Authority - Enforcing Competition Law - Competition Law
Commission for Communications Regulations [Office of Director of Telecommunications Regulation (ODTR)] Homepage
Italie
Autorità Garante della Concorrenza e del Mercato / Authority responsible for Competition and Market - Home page
Click on the right the link "legislation"
Autorità per l’energia elettrica e il gas / Competition Authority for electricity and gas - Law n. 481 of november 14th 1995
Law n. 481 of november 14th 1995 Norms governing competition and the regulation of public utilities. The institution of regulatory bodies for public utilities
Autorità per l’energia elettrica e il gas / Competition Authority for Electricity and Gas - Annual Report
Autorità per le Garanzie nelle Comunicazioni - Normativa di riferimento / Communications Regulatory Authority (Agcom) - Legislation
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Lettonie
Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Latvia - State Aid Surveillance Commission - State aid control policy in Latvia
Republic of Latvia Ministry of Finance
Konkurences padome (KP.GOV.LV) / Competition Council of Latvia - Regulatory enactments
Lituanie
Competition council - Antitrust Legislation
Competition council - Merger control legislation
Competition council - State aid legislation
Competition council - Regulations about the Council
Luxembourg
Inspection de la concurrence (Ministère de l’Économie et du Commerce extérieur) / Direction for Competition and Protection of Consumers at the Ministry of Economy and Commerce in Luxembourg -Legislation
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Institut Luxembourgeois de Régulation / The Luxembourg Institute of Regulation - Electricity -Legislation
Institut Luxembourgeois de Régulation / The Luxembourg Institute of Regulation - Gas - Legislation
ILR - frame
Institut Luxembourgeois de Régulation / The Luxembourg Institute of Regulation - Postal sector -Législation
Institut Luxembourgeois de Régulation / The Luxembourg Institute of Regulation - Telecommunications - Legislation
Inspection de la concurrence (Ministère de l’Économie et du Commerce extérieur) / Direction for Competition and Protection of Consumers at the Ministry of Economy and Commerce in Luxembourg - Competition Regulations
En droit luxembourgeois, les règles de concurrence sont fixées par la loi du 17 juin 1970 concernant les pratiques commerciales restrictives, telle que modifiée par la loi du 20 avril 1989 (ci-après  : Loi de 1970).
La Loi de 1970 incrimine les ententes.
Malte
Ministry for Competitiveness & Communications (MCMP) - Antitrust
Ministry for Competitiveness & Communications (MCMP) - Mergers and Acquisitions
Ministry of Finance - State Aid Monitoring Board - Legislation
Pays-Bas
Office of Competition and Consumer Protection - General legal regulations
Site introuvable
Site introuvable
Pologne
Office of Competition and Consumer Protection - Competition protection legislation
Regulation of the Council of Minister
Office of Competition and Consumer Protection - National legal acts
Office of Competition and Consumer Protection - State Aid Legislation
Office of Competition and Consumer Protection - Consumer protection legislation
Portugal
Autoridade da Concorrência / Portuguese competition authority - Legislation
Autoridade nacional de Comunicacoes (ANACOM) / Telecommunications regulator for Portugal - Legislation
Roumanie
Competition Council - Competition Law no.21/1996
Competition Council - Competition Regulation
Competition Council - State Aid GEO 117/2006
Competition Council - State Aid Regulation
Slovaquie
Antimonopoly Office of the Slovak Republic - Legal norms in force
Antimonopoly Office of the Slovak Republic - Act No. 136/2001 on Protection of Competition
Slovénie
Ministry of Finance-Laws in English
Ministry of Finance - State Aid Legislation
In slovenian
Espagne
CNE - Comisión Nacional de Energía - Buscador de legislación / National Energy Commission - Legislation Search Driver
CNE - Comisión Nacional de Energía - Buscador de legislación / National Energy Commission - Energy Market Legislation
Servicio de Defensa de la Competencia (Ministerio de Economía y Hacienda) - Legislación / Competition Protection service (Ministry of Economy and Finances) - Legislation
In spanish
Tribunal de Defensa de la Competencia - Legislación española / Competition Tribunal - Spanish Legislation
Suède
Konkurrensverket Konkurrensverket / Competition Authority - Competition Legislation
Konkurrensverket / Competition Authority - Procurement
Post- och Telestyrelsen / Swedish National Post and Telecom Agency - Telecommunications and Postal services - Acts and ordinances
Post- och Telestyrelsen / Swedish National Post and Telecom Agency - Spectrum Regulation
Royaume-Uni
The Office of Fair Trading  : Legal powers
Office of Rail Regulation - Legislation
Office of Rail Regulation (ORR) Rules of Procedure
Energy Act 2004
Autres pays européens
Albania
Albanian Competition Commission
Main regulatory texts and provisions in English
Suisse
Wettbewerbskommission / Commissione della concorrenza / Commission de la Concurrence / Competition Commission - Legislation
Asie - Moyen-Orient
Chine
State Administration For Industry & Commerce (SAIC) People’s Republic of China - Laws & Regulations
Inde
Competition Commission of India -Act
The Competition Act 2002
Mongolie
Unfair Competition Regulatory Authority - Laws
Amérique du Nord
Etats-Unis
The Sherman Antitrust Act
The Sherman Act
Clayton Act (Commerce and Trade)
Clayton Act
Statutes Enforced by Federal Trade Commission
Statutes Relating to Both Missions
Federal Trade Commission
Statutes Relating to Competition Mission
Federal Trade Commission
Statutes Relating to Consumer Protection Mission
Federal Trade Commission
Federal Trade Commission Act
US CODE  : Title 15,CHAPTER 2—FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION  ; PROMOTION OF EXPORT TRADE AND PREVENTION OF UNFAIR METHODS OF COMPETITION
15 USC CHAPTER 2 - FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION  ; PROMOTION OF
Internationaux
Réseau International de la Concurrence - International Competition Network (ICN)
International Competition Network  : Document Library
Communauté des Andes - Andean Comunity
Treaties and Legislation - Andean Community -CAN-
Organismo andino de integración económica, social y cultural. Contiene estadísticas, legislación, documentos
Organisation de coopération économique Asie-Pacifique (APEC)
Policies and Procedures - Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation
Organisation de coopération et de développement économiques (OCDE)
Best Practice Roundtables on Competition Policy
Each year, the Competition Committee holds several Best Practice Roundtables. This list contains links to the proceedings from these roundtables from 1996 to the present date.
Organisation Mondiale du Commerce (OMC)
World Trade Organisation (WTO)
Most of the WTO’s agreements were the outcome of the 1986-94 Uruguay Round of trade negotiations. Some, including GATT 1994, were revisions of texts that previously existed under GATT as multilateral or plurilateral agreements. Some, such as GATS, were new. The full package of multilateral Uruguay Round agreements is called the round’s Final Act.
Nationaux
General
DecNat Data Base
The DecNat database contains  :

1) the national case law regarding Community law relating to  :
-  the EC Treaty (formerly EEC),
-  the ECSC Treaty,
-  the EAEC Treaty,
-  the Treaties common to the three Communities,
-  the secondary legislation related to the scope of these treaties,
-  the Treaty on the European Economic Area (EEA)
2) the reference to annotations and comments in books and articles related to national decisions and judgements delivered under the preliminary ruled procedure by the Court of Justice of the European Communities concerning those matters.

The DecNat database contains some 18,800 references to national decisions concerning Community law from 1959 up to the present day. It is up to date twice a year. The juridic analysis (keyword and references to the provisions concerned) is available in English and French for decisions before 30th November 2004. The national data are mentioned in the original language of the decision. The references and the juridic analysis of the national decisions have been supplied by the Research and Documentation Service of the Court of Justice of the European Communities.
Pays européens
Albania
Albanian Competition Commission
Website in English, including texts and decisions.
Autriche
Decisions from the Federal Competition Authority / Entscheidungen - Bundeswettbewerbsbehörde (BWB)
Belgique
Decisions from the Competition Council
cases from the competition council and the Court of appeal.
Chypre
Office of the commissioner for State Aid Control - Decisions
Website of the Commissioner for State Aid Control. The objective pursued is the effective implementation of EC state aid policy in Cyprus, the aim of which is to maintain and strengthen healthy competition between undertakings in the common market, particularly in the interests of European consumers.
Commission for the Protection of Competition - Selected Cases
Site of the Commission for the Protection of Competition of the Republic of Cyprus  : press releases, full text of legislation, investigations and decisions on antitrust and mergers
République Tchèque
Office for the Protection of Competition - Decisions
Danemark
Danish Competition Authority - National Decisions
Danish Competition Authority - Decisions, art. 81 & 82
Danish Competition Authority - National judgments
Finlande
The Supreme Administrative Court - Decisions
Markkinaoikeus / The Market Court - Market law cases
Markkinaoikeus / The Market Court - Competition cases
Markkinaoikeus / The Market Court - Public procurement cases
Markkinaoikeus / The Market Court - Rulings
Finnish Competition Authority - List of pending merger cases
Finnish Competition Authority - List of Merger Control decisions
France
Toutes juridictions confondues
Legifrance - Le service public de l’accès au droit
Cour de cassation
Court of Cassation - Commercial, Economic and Financial Law Chamber
Commercial cases(corporations, bankruptcy, commerce, banking and patents)
Competition Council website -Decisions from the Court of cassation
Conseil d’Etat
Council of State - Cases
Le Conseil d’Etat - Jurisprudence administrative du Conseil d’Etat
Cour d’appel de Paris
Competition Council website -Decisions from the Court of Appeal
French Court of Appeals decisions
Ministère de l’économie et des finances - Direction Générale de la Concurrence, de la Consommation et de la Répression des fraudes (DGCCRF)
DGCCRF - Mergers
Décisions publiées au Bulletin officiel de la Concurrence, de la Consommation et de la Répression des fraudes (BOCCRF) depuis 1999
Allemagne
Bundeskartellamt / Federal Cartel Office - Decisions
Grèce
Hellenic Telecommunications and Post Commission - EETT Decisions
Competition Commission - Home page / Epitropi Antagonismou
Hongrie
Decisions of the Competition Council
Irlande
The Competition Authority - Enforcing Competition Law - Official Decisions
The Competition Authority - Enforcing Competition Law - Criminal Court Cases
The Competition Authority - Enforcing Competition Law - Civil Court Cases
Commission for Communications Regulations [Office of Director of Telecommunications Regulation (ODTR)] - Home page
Italie
Competition Authority for Electricity and Gas - Chronological list of Authority’s main decisions
Lettonie
Competition Council of Latvia / Konkurences padome (KP.GOV.LV) - Informations about cases
Lituanie
Competition council - Selected Cases and Surveys
State aid decisions
European Commission - State aid decisions - by Member State - Lithuania
EU/State aid decisions - by Member State - Lithuania
Luxembourg
Institut Luxembourgeois de Régulation / The Luxembourg Institute of Regulation - Telecommunications - Decisions
Institut Luxembourgeois de Régulation / The Luxembourg Institute of Regulation - Electricity -Decisions
Institut Luxembourgeois de Régulation / The Luxembourg Institute of Regulation - Gas - Decisions
Institut Luxembourgeois de Régulation / The Luxembourg Institute of Regulation - Postal sector - Decisions
Malte
Ministry for Competitiveness & Communications (MCMP) - Decisions of the Consumer Claims Tribunal
Ministry for Competitiveness & Communications (MCMP
Ministry for Competitiveness & Communications (MCMP) - Informations about the Consumer Affairs Council
Portugal
Portuguese competition authority (Autoridade da Concorrência) - Notification of Mergers
Portuguese competition authority (Autoridade da Concorrência) - Merger Decisions
Portuguese competition authority (Autoridade da Concorrência) - Other Cases and Decisions
Portuguese competition authority (Autoridade da Concorrência) - Non notification cases
Roumanie
Competition Council - Decisions
Slovaquie
Antimonopoly Office of the Slovak Republic - Interesting decisions from 2001 to 2005
the list can be accessed via the links on the right of the home page
Espagne
Competition Protection service - Decisions and Resolutions / Servicio de Defensa de la Competencia - Decisiones y Resoluciones
In spanish
Competition Tribunal - Latest Decisions / Tribunal de Defensa de la Competencia - Últimas decisiones
Competition Tribunal - Search driver / Tribunal de Defensa de la Competencia - Resoluciones
Suède
Swedish National Post and Telecom Agency (Post- och Telestyrelsen) - Decisions and Opinions
Suisse
Competition Commission - New decisions/ Wettbewerbskommission / Commissione della concorrenza / Commission de la concurrence
Royaume-Uni
UK competition court cases database
This sub-section of the OFT website are a legal resource listing brief details of competition law judgments given in the UK courts which are brought to the attention of the OFT. It does not include those of the Competition Appeal Tribunal or cases arising elsewhere in the EU or the EC courts.
Office of Fair Trading decisions
This section of the OFT website contains a serie of cases ressources  : i) Competition Act 1998 decisions  ; ii) Mergers decisions  ; ii) Market investigation references  ; iii) Consumer Credit Act 1974/2006, and  ; iv) Estate Agents Act 1979.
Competition Appeal Tribunal Decisions
The website of the Competition Appeal Tribunal provides details of the Tribunal’s current and archived cases. There is a brief description of what stage the case is currently at along with the associated documents such as the notice of application and transcript of public hearing. There is also a section bringing together all the judgments handed down by the CAT.
Amérique du Nord
Canada
Alberta Courts - Judgments
Alberta Courts, Alberta Canada
Federal Court - Decisions
Competition Tribunal - Cases
Nova Scotia Courts - Cases
Ontario Superior Court of Justice - Cases
Quebec Courts - Cases
Les décisions et jugements motivés des tribunaux et organismes du Québec en accès gratuit.
Competition Bureau - In the courts
This section outlines the variety of ways the Bureau resolved or concluded recent cases. Court Proceedings, Judgments, Court Orders and Consent Agreements...
Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) - Decisions, Notices and Orders (DNOs)
Decisions, Notices and Orders (DNOs)
Etats-Unis
United States Department of Justice (DOJ)
DOJ/Antitrust  : Case Filings Index
Utility regulators
Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
FCC Office of Administrative Law Judges
FCC Office of Administrative Law Judges
Federal Regulation and Oversight of Energy (FERC)
Federal Regulation and Oversight of Energy (FERC) - Decisions & Notices
Asie - Moyen-Orient
Australie
Australian Competition Tribunal Decisions
A web database containing selected decisions of the Australian Competition Tribunal from 1997 onwards. A case name search, alphabetical name list and list of recent cases are provided. Cases are in HTML format. AustLII, the Australasian Legal Information Institute has been developed by the University of Technology in Sydney to provide public access to primary legal materials.
Indonésie
Welcome To KPPU
Commission for the Supervision of Business Competition / Komisi Pengawas Persaingan Usaha (KPPU) - Cases
Israël
Israel Antitrust Authority - Decisions
Afrique
Afrique du Sud
Competition Tribunal
The website of the South-African Competition Tribunal provides the recent decisions and a comprehensive list of cases decided, complaints, interim measures...
Private Competition Centers
American Antitrust Institute
The American Antitrust Institute is an independent Washington-based non-profit education, research, and advocacy organization. Valuable free ressources on US antitrust law.
Institute of Competition Law
The Institute of Competition Law (Institut de droit de la concurrence) is a portal for various antitrust publications and facilities  : the e-Competitions bulletin - the first on-line review on national European competition laws - the peer-reviewed Concurrences journal, a unique calendar of commercial and academic world-wide conferences and this Antitrust Bookmark. The Institute is actively seeking academic and corporate partnerships. Send an email webmasterATconcurrencesDOTcom to contact the Institute.
Institut Montaigne
The Institut Montaigne is an independent think tank founded in 2000 by Claude Bébéar. It has no partisan ties and its highly diversified funding is from private sources only  ; no single contribution accounts for more than 2% of the annual budget of about € 2.5 million. It brings together business leaders, senior civil servants, academics and representatives of civil society from diverse backgrounds and with a wide range of experience. The Institut Montaigne operates with associate researchers and working groups, developing and circulating concrete long-term proposals to address major issues facing society today. Using rigorous and critical research and analytical methods, recommendations are drawn up and then used to lobby policy-makers. The Institut Montaigne, pioneering think tank in France, produces publications and organises conferences, playing an active role as a stakeholder in democratic debate, and intera alia, in the competition law field.
Competition Law Forum (BIICL)
The Competition Law Forum is a centre of study from the British Institute of International & Comparative Law. It provides a forum in which the practical application of competition policy will be considered by lawyers, economists, senior business managers, public servants, public affairs professionals, consumer bodies and other specialist practitioners. The Forum identifies areas requiring debate and analysis, and provides the required forum and experts, thereby contributing to policy initiatives. It contains many valuable free access resources.
Research Institute for Economic Order and Competition, Cologne (FIW)
The FIW (Forschungsinstitut für Wirtschaftsverfassung und Wettbewerb, Research Institute for Economic Order and Competition) is the leading competition law Institute of Germany and a highly-recognised platform for debates and discussions on competition policy and ecomomic order. It was founded in 1960 and is an independent institution that has strong links to the German industry but is also sponsored by law firms and academics. Its main goal is to promote the interchange of ideas and differing views between politicans, academics and representatives of the industry. It is very well-known for its long established and various events on current issues of competition law and ecomomic order featuring world-ranking speakers and participants. It also gives important impulses to the discourse on economic order and competition law by publishing conference transcripts and outstanding dissertations.
CUTS
CUTS -C-CIER  : Founded in Rajasthan, India, in 1983, the Consumer Unity & Trust Society now engages in research and advocacy, organized through several advocacy and program centers, including a Centre for Competition, Investment & Economic Regulation, Jaipur, established in 2003, aims to be a centre of excellence on regulatory issues. The centre has been created to give focused attention to work on competition, investment and economic regulation.
Public Competition Centers
Global Competition Law Center (Europa College)
The Global Competition Law Centre (GCLC) is a research centre of the College of Europe1. It was founded on 1 January 2004, aims to promote rigorous legal and economic analysis of competition policy reforms in the EU and globally, and to provide a discussion forum for academics, practitioners, and enforcement officers in the competition field.
Jevons Institute for Competition Law and Economics (UCL - London University)
The Jevons Institute for Competition Law and Economics at UCL (The Jevons Institute), set up in 2006, aims through external events, research projects, teaching and publications to  : stimulate research and debate concerning the application of competition law and industry regulation to the marketplace  ; and promote interaction among academic scholars in law and economics, policymakers and enforcement officials, the judiciary, practitioners and business leaders. The Jevons Institute actively seeks to develop international links with academic institutions and research bodies to promote joint initiatives in pursuance of its aims.
Interdisciplinary Centre for Competition Law and Policy (QMU - London University)
The Interdisciplinary Centre for Competition Law and Policy (ICC) is a research centre aiming at the delivery of world-class work in the field of competition law and policy. The Centre brings together the research strengths and expertise of the Queen Mary Schools of Law (with its Department of Law and the Centre of Commercial Law Studies), Economics, Politics and Geography.
Centre for Competition Law and Policy (Oxford University)
The University of Oxford Centre for Competition Law and Policy (CCLP) provides a centralised platform for teaching and research of competition law and policy at the University of Oxford. Activities and courses focus on regulation of competition in the UK, EU and US, international aspects of competition law and antitrust economics. Valuable free online papers and materials Database.
University of East Anglia - CCP (Norwich)
The Centre for Competition Policy (CCP) at the University of East Anglia (UEA) undertakes interdisciplinary research into competition policy that has real-world policy relevance without compromising academic rigour. The Centre was established in September 2004. It currently boasts a total of ten faculty members, seven full- and part-time researchers and fifteen PhD students. The Centre produces a Working Paper series, run weekly seminars, hold a number of events throughout the year (including a yearly conference), and publish a regular newsletter and e-bulletin. Free valuable materials on-line.
Competition Policy Center (Berkeley University)
The aim of the Competition Policy Center is to bridge the gap between academic analysis and policy formation. Inspiration for the CPC comes from the Berkeley faculty. Free on-line working paper series.
Competition Law Research Centre(Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Budapest)
In 2006 at the Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Faculty of Law and Political Sciences the Competition Law Research Centre was established. The centre is devoted among others to foster research in competition law, to establish international relationships and to publish papers on recent developments in Hungary and Europe. The research centre was established with the aim to create a forum for competition lawyers pursuing either academic or other legal careers to debate controversial issues arising in competition law. The debate is not only oriented at lawyers, but also to economists, since competition policy issues in the broad term are also in focus. Among the plans for 2007 there are several activities and services which were missing in Hungary up to date. The centre will start research in many issues and also start a newsletter in English to communicate the most important developments in Hungarian competition policy. Members of the centre receive a regular newsletter about European developments. The centre also publishes regular comments on European cases in Hungarian on the website. The work and research in the centre is supervised by the Scientific Council. The members of the Scientific Council selected according to their previous achievements in competition law with an aim to represent all professions (attorneys, judges, administrative officials, economists and academics).
CERNA (Ecole des mines de Paris)
Some good free articles on competition and intellectual property laws. English and French papers.
Hungary Regional Centre for Competition (OECD)
The OECD-Hungary Regional Centre for Competition is a joint venture between the Hungarian Competition Authority (GVH) and the OECD. Opened in February 2005, the Centre expands the OECD’s work on competition in the Central, East and South-East European regions. The Centre provides capacity building assistance and policy advice through workshops, seminars and training programmes on competition law and policy for officials in competition enforcement agencies and other parts of government, sector regulators, judges and others in the Central, East and South-East European region. The Centre’s activities are aimed mainly at the following countries  : Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, FYR of Macedonia, Georgia, Hungary, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia and Montenegro, Slovakia, Slovenia, Ukraine. Limited on-line ressources  : Centre’s Schedules of Activities and Annual Activity Report.
Korea Regional Centre for Competition (OECD)
The OECD-Korea Regional Centre for Competition is a joint venture between the Korea Fair Trade Commission and the OECD. Opened in May 2004, the Centre helps competition authorities in the Asian region develop and implement effective competition law and policy. The Centre provides a hub for competition officials from Asian countries to meet regularly to exchange experiences and deepen their capacities in competition law and policy through workshops, seminars and other events. The Centre’s activities are focused on the following countries  : Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mongolia, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Chinese Taipei, Thailand and Vietnam. Limited on-line ressources  : Centre’s Schedules of Activities and Annual Performance Report.
Regulatory Policy Institute (Oxford University)
The Regulatory Policy Institute (RPI) is an independent, charitable organisation dedicated to the study of all aspects of regulation and deregulation, including the institutional processes through which public policy is formed as well as the development, implementation, enforcement and impact of particular policies. It conducts research, publishes, and holds conferences and seminars.
Centre for Competition and Regulatory Policy (City University London)
CCRP is a research oriented centre that brings together academics and practitioners working in the areas of competition and regulation. Our aim is to develop and disseminate research that can improve the functioning of regulated and non-regulated markets. To this end, our members are currently working in a wide range of relevant topics in competition and regulation. As part of our research programme, we are making available a set of Working Papers by Centre members. Among other activities, the CCRP will also organise regular conferences and workshops.
Institute for Consumer Antitrust Studies (Loyola University)
The Institute for Consumer Antitrust Studies is a non-partisan, independent academic center designed to explore the impact of antitrust enforcement on the individual consumer and the public, and to shape policy issues. The Institute promotes a comprehensive, inclusive view of the benefits of competition law and policy that includes, yet goes beyond, prevailing narrow notions of economic efficiency. The Institute fulfills its mission by sponsoring symposia, academic colloquia and a unique student fellowship.
Tilburg Law and Economics Center (TILEC)
TILEC supports and stimulates research activities related to the economic regulation of markets by scholars associated with the Faculties of Law and Economics of Tilburg University. By its scientific work, events and contract research, TILEC aims to belong to the top in Europe and to be recognized as a leading centre in its areas of activity also in the US. TILEC publishes research in different types of publications  : Discussion papers contain academic papers not yet published in an academic journal. Reports contain applied research typically commissioned by an outside clients. TILEC members also write more informal pieces, aimed at a general audience.
CRESSE (Athens)
The Competition and Regulation European Summer School (CRESSE) is organising a yearly summer event in the areas of Competition and Regulation Policy in Europe. In eight distinct self-contained Modules of 8 to 16-hour duration each it provides a comprehensive account of the most up-to-date developments in economic theory, empirical analysis and of legislation in the policy areas of Competition and Regulation.
Max Planck Institute for Intellectual Property, Competition and Tax Law (Munich)
Since its foundation in 1966, the Max Planck Institute for Intellectual Property, Competition and Tax Law (formerly Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Patent, Copyright and Competition Law) has been a leading research institution in the area of intellectual property rights. For decades the Institute has attracted generations of leading IP scholars from all over the world to conduct research in its inspiring atmosphere, which includes the richest specialized library in the world.
Centre for Law, Economics and Society (University College London)
The Centre for Law, Economics and Society (CLES) was established by Dr Ioannis Lianos in 2007. Its aim is to promote the study of regulatory action in all its forms (State, non-State, all forms of collective action), from a trans-disciplinary perspective, in particular drawing on law, economics, sociology and political science. We believe that trans-disciplinarity arises only if research is based upon a common theoretical understanding and it is accompanied by a mutual interpenetration of disciplinary epistemologies. The ambition of the Centre is to produce knowledge on regulatory action that would be useful for both the academic community and the world of practice (government, professions, corporations, the civil society). We seek to actively involve these communities in our various research programmes and to promote the interaction and the dialogue between them through the organization of conferences and other events, as well as the promotion of specific research initiatives.
Journals in English
Social Science Research Network (SSRN)
Social Science Research Network (SSRN) is a world wide collaborative of over 800 leading scholars that is devoted to the rapid worldwide dissemination of social science research. It is composed of a number of specialized research networks in each of the social sciences. Free antitrust papers.
EC Competition Policy Newsletter (DG COMP)
The official review of DG COMP. All issues on-line, PDF format only. Free.
International Review of Competition Law (ILCL/LIDC)
The review of the International League of Competition Law (Ligue Internationale de droit de la concurrence). Since 2003 the RIC is only published in electronic form, and is now called ERIC. Two editions a year. Articles covering international legislation and case law, good comparative studies of law (free but very slow to load, be patient...)
International Review of Intellectual Property and Competition law (Max Planck Institute)
Published by the Max Planck Institute for Intellectual Property, Competition and Tax Law, this review provides access to extensive information and documentary material concerning international developments and judicial practice in the fields of  : patent, copyright, design and trade mark law, restraints of competition and unfair competition law, with particular emphasis on decisions of the EC Commission and the European Court of Justice, articles covering international legislation and case law as well as comparative studies of law.
European Competition Journal (ECJ)
Hart Publishing launched the peer-reviewed European Competition Journal in spring 2005. There are three to four scholarly articles of 8-10,000 words with footnotes per issue and shorter articles or analysis from anywhere in the world, including analysis of new legislation, and lengthy review articles dealing with new publications. Archives accessible on-line for subscribers.
Journal of Competition Law and Economics (JCLE)
The Journal of Competition Law and Economics publishes articles of a substantial length providing in-depth analysis of developments in competition law, including developments in the US and EU but also covering other regional and national developments. The journal also publishes economic papers relevant to legal theory and practice. RSS feeds, free e-Tocs.
European State Aid Law Quarterly (EStAL)
EStAL - European State Aid Law Quarterly is the sole magazine dedicated to European State Aid Law.
Competition Policy International (CPI)
Competition Policy International is a peer-reviewed journal on global competition policy. It is published twice a year in the spring and autumn and is run by its editor-in-chief, Richard Schmalensee (Dean of MIT’s Sloan School of Management), and an independent board of editors that consists of leading antitrust scholars, judges, practitioners, and policymakers who ensure the journal’s quality, balance, and objectivity. Most articles are available for registered site users to download, free-of-charge, on the journal’s website.
World Competition
World Competition examines all aspects of competition policy from, primarily, a legal perspective, but also from an economic point of view. By taking both disciplines into account, it uniquely enables readers to understand competition issues. Its currency and multi-disciplinary approach make it essential reading for practitioners and academics in the field.
European Competition Law Review (ECLR)
European Competition Law Review (Sweet & Maxwell/Thomson) provides a comprehensive updating service for the competition or antitrust lawyer covering developments in EU law and the national laws of EU Member States, as well as the other major trading nations. e-TOCS on line, but not up to date at the time of visit (N°  2004 in 2007...). No access to full-text archives.
Antitrust Law Journal (ALJ)
The Antitrust Law Journal is published three times annually by the American Bar Association Section of Antitrust Law, and produced by ABA Publishing. Abstracts availabe on-line.
European Journal of Law and Economics
The European Journal of Law and Economics (Springer group) publishes analytical studies on the impact of legal interventions into economic processes by legislators, courts and regulatory agencies. There is an emphasis on European Community law and the comparative analysis of legal structures and legal problem solutions in member states of the European Community. The editors are particularly interested in papers discussing the institutional (and) legal prerequisites for efficient market operation both in the European Community and in the new European market economies. On-line version. Free e-Tocs.
FTC Watch
FTC:WATCH is a fortnightly newsletter published 22 times a year. Started in 1976 by former FTC employees, it is a comprehensive, independent newsletter specializing in coverage of the Federal Trade Commission, Justice Department’s Antitrust Division, State Attorneys General and Congress. It offers in-depth analysis of the most current news surrounding mergers and acquisitions, consumer protection and trade regulation. No e-Tocs, no archives.
Journal of Law and Economics (JLE)
Established in 1958, the Journal of Law and Economics publishes research on a broad range of topics including the economic analysis of regulation and the behavior of regulated firms, the political economy of legislation and legislative processes, law and finance, corporate finance and governance, and industrial organization. Frequency  : Quarterly since February 2007. 250 pages/issue. RSS feeds, free e-TOCS.
Journal of Industrial Economics (JIE)
First published in 1952, the Journal of Industrial Economics has a wide international circulation and is recognised as a leading journal in the field. It was founded to promote the analysis of modern industry, particularly the behaviour of firms and the functioning of markets. Contributions are welcomed in all areas of industrial economics including  : organization of industry  ; applied oligopoly theory  ; product differentiation and technical change  ; theory of the firm and internal organization  ; regulation  ; monopoly merger and technology policy. Some free recent articles. Abstracts on-line. e-Tocs subscription.
Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization (JLEO)
The Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization (Oxford University Press) is an interdisciplinary exercise. It seeks to promote an understanding of many complex phenomena by examining such matters from a combined law, economics, and organization perspective (or a two-way combination thereof). In this connection, we use the term organization broadly - to include scholarship drawing on political science, psychology and sociology, among other fields. It also holds the study of institutions - especially economic, legal, and political institutions - to be specifically important and greatly in need of careful analytic study. Searchable on-line archives, e-Tocs.
e-Competitions
Since 2005, e-Competitions is the first and sole review dedicated to national European competition laws (no EC law). Every 2 weeks, around 15 new cases comments in English are published with the orignal texts. The data basis is fully searchable on line. Free e-Tocs subscription.
Competition Online
Journal of Irish and European anti-trust laws and regulation of utilities. The Website provides free news and articles, but needed up-to-date at the time of our visit.
OECD Journal of Competition Law and Policy
The OECD Journal of Competition Law and Policy is published in English and French on a quarterly basis. Table of contents on line for issues since 1999, but no on-line access, nor search engine. Subscription or purchase single issues through the OECD online bookshop.
The Competition Law Review (CompLRev)
The Competition Law Review is a fully refereed scholarly academic law journal. The CompLRev is distinctive from other competition journals by virtue of having a very strong scholarly basis and focus on particular topical competition law themes. It provides scholars with a forum in which to discuss in detail the complexities and underlying trends in modern competition law. Valuable free access resource.
Competition Law Journal (Jordan Publishing)
The Competition Law Journal is edited by Sir Christopher Bellamy, Daniel Beard, Ben Rayment and Christopher Brown. It provides all competition law advisers with a reliable source of information on law and practice in the UK. It focuses on matters of concern to both UK practitioners and companies, addressing important EC and UK developments. Published quarterly. Not available on-line.
Global Antitrust Review (GAR)
The ICC Global Antitrust Review (GAR) was founded in 2008 as a refereed student journal and represents another outstanding example of intellectual entrepreneurship at the ICC. GAR aims at encouraging and promoting scholarship among young competition law scholars by providing a unique platform for students to engage in research within the field of competition law and policy with a view to publishing the output in the form of scholarly articles, case commentary and book reviews. GAR is dedicated to achieving excellence in research and writing among the competition law students’ community around the world.
The Antitrust Source
The Antitrust Source is a publication from the Section of Antitrust Law of the American Bar Association. It is an online antitrust source for the entire range of issues that "antitrust" encompasses - domestic, foreign, global, civil, criminal, regulatory, economic, and consumer protection. The Antitrust Source provides free access to current developments in the law and literature. Articles and features published every other month. Comments, op eds., articles, letters, and proposals are submitted to an Editorial Board.
Competition and Regulation in Network Industries
Competition and Regulation in Network Industries (CRNI) is a double blind peer reviewed journal that explores the legal, economic, institutional and public policy aspects of network industries.
Journals in other languages
Revue de la Concurrence, de la Consommation et de la Répression des fraudes (DGCCRF)
One of the 2 official reviews of the DGCCRF (French NCA). Interesting working papers.
Concurrence & Consommation (DGGCRF)
The official review of the DGCCRF (French NCA), includes consumer law & policy. 4 issues a year, 2 special issues with the conferences papers of the "Ateliers de la DGCCRF". Print only version  ; Summaries on-line.
Revue internationale de droit économique (RIDE)
Excellent Law & Economics review. English abstracts. Print & on-line versions.
Revue de droit international de la concurrence (RDAI)
This international business law review contains articles in both English and French. The EU competition chronicles section is in free access. Valuable free ressource.
Concurrences
Concurrences - Revue des droits de la concurrence - is the first review in French dedicated to competition law & economics. It deals with both EC and French laws and has an International section. Peer-reviewed, 4 issues a year. Fully searchable archives, free e-TOCS subcription.
International Associations
Global Competition Forum (IBA)
The Global Competition Forum is a website from the International Bar Association (IBA). Useful ressrouces on world’s competition laws, direct links to national competition authorities and international organisations, articles, speeches, and commentary by experts in competition law enforcement, regulation and reform. This site facilitates the IBA’s work with the International Competition Network (ICN).
Association of Competition Economics (ACE)
The Association of Competition Economics (ACE) brings together those working on the economics of competition in government, academia and the private sector and provides a forum for discussion and debate of both issues and cases. It is based in Europe and is open to all those interested in the economics of competition.
International Bar Association - Antitrust Committee
The Antitrust Committee of the International Bar Association provides an international forum for the exchange of the most current thinking in the field of antitrust law. This website contains interesting articles but in restricted access only.
National Associations
American Bar Association, Antitrust Section
The official website of the ABA
Association pour l’Etude du Droit de la Concurrence (AEDC)
Vereniging voor de studie van het mededingingrecht (VSMR)
This is the website of the Belgium Association for the study of competition law. The website contains interesting articles on Belgium competition law, both in Dutch and French.
Association Française d’Etude de Droit de la Concurrence (AFEC)
AFEC is the main French association for competition lawyers. It holds regular conferences and publishes various reports on EC and French competition issues.
Scottish Competition Law Forum
The Forum, which is run in Scotland on a non profit-making basis, has been set up as a means of bringing together those with a Scottish perspective on competition law and policy for topical discussion and debate. The aims of the Forum are  : i) To encourage and contribute to debate about the development and application in Scotland of competition law and policy  ; ii) To foster closer working links in the field of competition law between solicitors, advocates, academic lawyers, accountants, economists, regulators and any others that are interested in competition law in Scotland  ; iii) To promote wider understanding of competition law and its practical application across the Scottish legal profession and allied professions.
Association luxembourgeoise pour l’étude du droit de la concurrence
The website of the newly born Luxembourg Association for the study of competition law publishes useful Luxembourg competition acts and regulation and up to date news on proposed reform.
Law Firms
Alston & Bird
Detailed case notes on US antitrust cases and regulations. Free online subscription to the newsletter.
SJ Berwin
Some articles published in legal magazines. Archive search engine.
Bristows
Some good detailed articles on EU/UK competition laws. More intellectual property law publications.
Clifford Chance
Antitrust review, newsletters, briefings and articles. A dedicated Financial Services Antitrust Bulletin. Some detailed reports (Banking and finance...). Free on line subscription to the newsletters.
DLA Piper
Good newsletter (European Competition Review, "ECR"), monthly report covering the latest developments in competition law both at European level and at national level. Free on-line subcription.
Hughes Hubbard and Reed
Some detailed articles on US antitrust law.
Mayer, Brown, Rowe & Maw
A detailed Quarterly news bulletin. Also sells a multi-media interactive CD-Rom designed to be used either in a trainer-led session or an individual PC-based session.
Morgan Lewis
Brief LawFlash. Some detailed articles published in legal magazines.
Nabarro
Brief EU and UK competition newsletter. Easy to use but needed update at the date of our visit.
Salans
Articles published in the press and legal magazines in the various Salans offices (Czech, Poland, France, Russia...)
Simmons & Simmons
Excellent value added website, specially the In Depth section. Need on-line free registration. RSS feeds.
Shearman & Sterling
Some clients notes, mainly on US antitrust.
Van Bael & Bellis
Exceptionnaly rich content in free access on this well-known antitrust niche law firm.
Lovells Competition and EU Law Planner
The aim of the Competition and EU law Planner is to provide a one-stop source of information on forthcoming major competition and EU law conferences, seminars and symposia around the world. This free ressource can be cross-checked with the Antitrust Conferences section of the Concurrences Review & e-Competitions Bulletin published by the Institute of Competition Law.
Lawin
Lawin is a group of Baltic law firms including Klavins & Slaidins from Latvia and Lepik & Luhaäär from Estonia. Although not specialised in competition law, the website contains some interesting competition resources on the Baltics.
AntitrustAsia
AntitrustAsia.com consolidates information on the varied competition law regimes across 20 Asia Pacific jurisdictions. Users gain access to  : key features of the 20 competition laws (including copies of reliable and up to date versions of each law), information about the competition law regulators in each jurisdiction and a "market overview"- which is a leading competition law specialists’ view of the enforcement climate and perspectives on recent enforcement decisions of the regulator. This site contains a valuable free access repository of basic information about the competition laws of 20 Asia-Pacific jurisdictions.
Economists
Case Associates
Case notes from 1997, some free on-line articles published in economic reviews. Based in London.
CRA International
Three detailed weekly newsletters (Telecom - Intellectual property - Energy & Transport). Many publications in English, German, French, Italian and Spanish (articles, discussion papers...). Competition memos in English, French and German. Free on-line detailed articles (archives from 2000). RSS feeds.
Criterion Economics
A law & economics consulting firm with offices in Washington and Cambridge. Excellent detailed publications classified under experts’ names... but no search engine.
Economists Incorporated
Offices based in Washington and San Francisco. News letter ("Economists Ink", archives from 1991). Some good free on-line articles (needed update at the date of our visit).
Europe Economics
Based in London. Value-added website for its detailed free on-line reports ordered by UK and other European regulators, municipalities and professional association in various business sectors.
Frontier Economics
Free on-line bulletins (case studies) and articles (some of them published in periodicals). Conference presentations for some Practice areas. Based in Europe (London, Brussels, Cologne) and in Australia (Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane).
LECG Competition Practice
The LECG Library includes published papers, juried journal pieces, op/eds, working papers and presentations given at professional and other trade associations. All materials in the library are authored or co-authored by LECG experts and carefully chosen to help provide useful insight into matters that impact competition policy worldwide. Good added-value free access contents, much more interesting than the official LECG website  !
London Economics
Many interesting reports, working papers and economic briefs. Few on-line articles. Conference presentations. Based in 6 European countries.
NERA
A comprehensive e.library (published articles, reports, working papers, briefs...) with an efficient browser. Free on-line subscription to six newsletter. 600 experts in 22 offices across Europe, North and South America, Asia and Australia.
Oxera
Online subscription to the publications with access to full text articles, reports and commentaries. Free on-line sample articles from "The Utilities Journal", Oxera economic review, and general detailed reports. Offices based in Oxford (since 1982) and Brussels (since 2006).
Competition’s Consulting
Romanian website in English and Romanian. Free on-line monthly newsletter, fornightly news, some reprints articles.
Antitrust Blogs
The Antitrust Hotch Potch
A mix of critical comments on EC competition law and policy by Prof. Damien Geradin and Nicolas Petit.
Antitrust & Competition Policy Blog
An excellent law professors blog mainly on US antitrust.
Antitrust Law Blog (Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP)
A good US antitrust blog by Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP law firm.
Regulacion y Competencia
The sole known antitrust blog in Spanish language  ! Useful for those who can not have access to English sources.
Emmanuel Combe Blog
Exceptionnaly rich blog  : more than 100 published articles in free access. Subject covered  : Law & Economics on cartels, private enforcement, low cost, intellectual property in the pharmaceuticals and drugs sector and general antitrust issues.
Competition Law  : a view from Hungary
Good antitrust blog on Hungarian competition law and much more.
Trade Regulation Blog (CCH)
A blog on US antitrust, consumer protection, franchising, advertising, privacy, and civil RICO law, by the editors of the CCH Trade Regulation group of Wolters Kluwer Law & Business. Excellent added value.
Chillin’Competition (Nicolas Petit)
Lively and excellent antitrust blog  ! Highly recommended for fun (and work).
Berkeley Global Antitrust Blog
The Berkeley Global Antitrust Blog has been started by law students, legal professionals and academics who are currently studying at UC Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall). Members of the blog hail from jurisdictions around the world, from the United States to Poland, from Mexico to Armenia, from Germany to South Korea, making this blog a truly international group of scholars. The blog aims to create a platform for students, experts and professionals to write about recent developments in antitrust and competition law, with a particular emphasis in global and comparative topics. This platform hopes to build on the great wealth of cross-jurisdictional knowledge and experience that its members and contributors possess. With an ever-increasing global economy, a growing consensus that antitrust laws promote sound competition, protect consumers and encourage innovation, this blog capitalize on the international draw and reputation of Berkeley Law to create a forum to discuss these topics.
The Litigator
This blog covers relevant news on Canadian competition law.
Canadian Competition & Regulatory Law
This blog is an excellent source to learn about news and developments in Canadian competition and regulatory law.
China Law Insight
This blog provides interesting updates on the Chinese Anti-monopoly law and its application.
Competition Law Blog
This blog aims to follow developments in UK and EC competition law with excursions into other parts of the world if they are sufficiently interesting.
China Law Vision
This blog offers insights of antitrust related issues in China.
Centre for Competition Policy Blog
This blog aims to comment selectively on competition issues in the news as well as government and agency policies.
Kluwer Competition Law Blog
Kluwer Competition Law Blog is a publication of Kluwer Law International, offering information and news on international competition and antitrust law provided by leading experts.
AntitrustConnect Blog
This blog is designed as a forum for discussion, analysis and commentary on antitrust issues.
Antitrust and Distribution Law Blog
Le Concurrentialiste
Good blog by law students with an academic scientific committee. French and EU law, in French only.
My Distribtion Law Blog
This legal blog focuses on antitrust, competition, and distribution law issues (including in, but not limited to, intellectual property (“IP”) markets and related markets).
Stanford-Vienna Transatlantic Technology Law Forum
The Stanford-Vienna Transatlantic Technology Law Forum (TTLF) offers a digest of news covering the most recent developments in EU and US technology law and policy issues.
Commercial Antitrust Websites
EU Competition Law Online
EU Competition Law Online, a Thomson/Ellis title, is a service reporting EU competition law and anitrust developments within 24 hours of publication. It contains core competition rules across all market sectors plus it delivers the daily collated information from the DG Competition integrated with Ellis’ enhanced EU data. EU Competition Law Online offers one search screen giving easy access to mergers, antitrust and state aid decisions plus a wide range of related material included case law, press information and reports.
Kluwer Competition Law
KluwerCompetitionLaw.com is a fully searchable, collection of primary source material, commentary and analysis for anyone with an interest in EU competition law. The database has been organised into the specific competition law topics of Antitrust, Mergers and State Aid. Each topic consists of an Overview, Legislation and Notices, Commission and Court Decisions and Analytical Material, explaining the reasoning behind the decisions and their implications. Liberalisation, the Internal Market, Services and Goods and Consumer Policy and the Environment are included as special sectors.
Global Competition Review
Various sections and topics  : review, who’s who, news... Some articles in free access. Access to News section only by subscription. Sell valuable reports. A good business lawyers community center.
MLex
MLex markets & law is a subscription-based news service focussed on providing news and analysis on European antitrust around the world. Although not exclusively dedicated to competition law (sections on trade and intellectual property, all regulations affecting companies), this ressource is popular with antitrust law firms.
PLC
PLC Competition provides an EC only service and a combined EC & UK service. Good contents but popular mostly in the UK. No free access resource.
LawLex
LawLex is an extensive database specialised in French and EC Competition law and unfair practices (JuriBases section). The site is updated on a regular basis thanks to the excellent team of Vogel & Vogel law firm. French only.
Others
Encyclopedia of Law and Economics
The Encyclopedia of Law and Economics is an ambitious reference work that attempts to survey the whole law and economics literature in nearly 5,000 pages. Most entries contain two elements  : a review of the literature, written by an authority in the field, and a quasi complete bibliography (not just a selection). This does not specifically concern competition law but some interesting articles on law & economics may be found. Edited by the University of Ghent and Edward Elgar.
Antitrust Encyclopedia
The Antitrust Encyclopedia is threefold  : i) An e-text book  : It contains texts and links of all main national competition provisions  ; ii) A data base  : It provides quotations and links of case law and articles, and  ; iii) A laws comparator  : It allows comparison between various topics of national competition laws. The Antitrust Encyclopedia is a free access academic research program with scientific supervision which offer added value services for users and marketing opportunities for contributors. It is edited and published by the Institute of Competition Law, together with the e-Competitions Bulletin. Up-date is made thanks to the e-Competitions Bulletin but most of the content is different. Users are welcome to quote material from the Encyclopedia cited as "The Antitrust Encyclopedia, www.concurrences.com" with relevant author’s name and publication date. Access to the Antitrust Encyclopedia is free. However, users wishing to reproduce part of the resources must quote the author(s) together with the source (for ex.  : “A. Balfour, Antitrust Encyclopedia, N°  12345, www.concurrences.com”). Use of these facilities is subject to the Terms of use of this website. Academic supervision is ensured by Dr. Ioannis Kokkoris prior to publication. 39 experts have been selected within 30 jurisdictions for the 2008 Edition. These authors are lawyers, academics or enforcers, all selected on the basis of previous publications or professional credentials. They can view the statistics of visits for their articles thus allowing to assess themselves their readership. The views expressed by enforcers are those of the authors alone.
Association of Competition Economics
ACE brings together those working on the economics of competition in government, academia and the private sector and provides a forum for discussion and debate of both issues and cases. It is a not-for-profit organization based in Europe and is open to all those interested in the economics of competition. The main activity of ACE is the annual conference but the Association also encourages local conferences and workshops and holds a Best Paper Award. The aims of the award are to promote research in competition economics and recognition for excellence both in theoretical and empirical analysis in this important area of economic policy and to encourage members to stay up to date with the best research. The award is given annually and is worth € 1000.
Students Association
JADE
JADE is the association of students and former students from the Professional Master 2 in European Business Law of Paris II Panthéon-Assas University / Paris European College. The Master, directed by Prof. Louis Vogel, is considered to be one of the very best French master in competition law. Since 2008, JADE and the e-Competitions Bulletin hold an annual conference on comparative competition law.
Assas Alumni
Assas Alumni is the association of former students from Paris II Panthéon-Assas University, created in 2009. It publishes a printed review and a website. Several events are organised each month to connected alumni and discuss about law and economics and competition law among other key subjects. Twice a year, Assas Alumni and Concurrences joins forces to hold an antitrust conference.