Kane Abry-Diaw de Baye

University of Edinburgh, HSBC (Edinburgh)
Phd candidate (Law)

Kane joined Edinburgh Law School in 2017 to read for an LL.M in European Law. Before joining the University of Edinburgh, he read for a Diploma in English Law at The University of London Institute in Paris, a LL.B. (Hons) in English and French Law and German Language and an MA in Business and Financial Markets Law at Faculté Jean Monnet-Université Paris-Saclay. Kane is currently pursuing a PhD in Law at the University of Edinburgh. His thesis focuses on the assessment of the development of a general principle of contract based on consensus in early-modern legal thought and will challenge the accepted macro-narratives of European legal history.

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Kane Abry-Diaw de Baye USA/EU: The convergence and specifics of EU competition law and American antitrust law regarding the prohibition of price scissors as constitutive of abuse of dominance

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In this paper, the author reports on how the European and American Competition Authorities apprehend margin squeeze, viz. the fact for dominant undertakings operating simultaneously as vertically-integrated entities and as downstream market participants to increase wholesale prices by reducing (...)

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