Written at a time of unprecedentedly complex and multifaceted debate about the role and appropriateness of standards and presumptions in competition enforcement in digital markets, this publication provides a comprehensive overview by leading experts in antitrust law and policy, with a focus on US, European, and global perspectives. It examines how antitrust standards and presumptions have evolved over time, and how they are currently applied to address the broader economy in general and digital markets in particular. The book covers important enforcement and policy developments regarding the formulation of presumptions and the role of courts and antitrust enforcement agencies in this area. In addition, it explores the approaches to antitrust standards and presumptions in developed and developing countries, including chapters focusing on Brazil, China, Russia, and South Africa. The authors provide insightful analysis, global perspectives, and practical guidance on the most pressing issues and questions facing antitrust enforcers and policymakers today.
Published in cooperation with the Competition & Regulation European Summer School and Conference (CRESSE).
With contributions from: Svetlana Avdasheva, Thembalethu Buthelezi, Luiz Carlos Delorme Prado, Diandra C. de Oliveira Vieira de Rocha, Eleanor M. Fox, Svetlana Golovanova, James Hodge, Herbert Hovenkamp, Frédéric Jenny, Yannis Katsoulacos, William Kovacic, Ping Lin, Camila C. Pires-Alves, Eduardo P. Ribeiro, Howard Shelanski, Mpumelelo Tshabalala and Clare G. Ye.
Read the Foreword by Krisztián Katona, the Introduction by Richard Whish, and Browse the Table of Contents here.
BOOK LAUNCH - The book will presented at:
- the BECCLE Competition Policy Conference 2023, 1-2 June 2023 in Bergen, Norway.
- the 17th Annual Competition and Regulation Summer School and Conference (CRESSE), 30 June - 2 July 2023 in Rhodes, Greece.
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