Bulletin Editorial Policy

Bulletin Editorial Policy Guidelines

e-Competitions aims at fostering private enforcement of both European and national competition laws by publishing national decisions implementing European or national competition laws provisions. The Editor welcomes comments in English of national competition/regulatory texts or decisions (4000 to 8000 characters spaces included, accompanied by the text commented in its original language). Except in exceptional circumstances, e-Competitions publishes only unpublished articles whatever the form and the nature of the publication. Selection of the papers is conditional to acceptance by at least 2 members of the Editorial Board. Within a week, the Board decides whether the article can be published or not and notifies it to the author. The author then commits him/herself not to publish the paper elsewhere. The Board sets the order of publication of the selected papers (in case of duplicate comments on a same decision or text, the comment of a Corporate or Academic Partner’s Author will be published first; all accepted comments will be published, with cross-links).

Authors are requested not to comment upon a case in which they directly or indirectly represented a party or third-party, unless in exceptional circumstances and if the reader is duly informed thereof. The views expressed in the comments are those of the individual authors and are not to be taken as representing the views of their institution, nor the Editor or the members of the Boards of e-Competitions’ views.

Each published article from stand alone academic or civil servant authors is paid 30 € + 3 months free access to the e-Competitions data base + free acces to our Brussels and Paris lunch conferences.

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