The Global Dictionary of Competition Law Project is the first dictionary dedicated to competition and antitrust law worldwide, edited by Deborah Healey (University of New South Wales), Bill Kovacic (George Washington University), Pablo Trevisán (Instituto de Derecho de la Competencia), and Richard Whish (King’s College London). As the competition community continues to grow around the world, the Editors have introduced an evolutionary and adaptable process to incorporate practices from multiple jurisdictions. Readers are invited to build on the existing definitions with short paragraphs on their respective countries. These national complements are subject to review by the Editors and the primary authors before inclusion, and the contributors will be credited in the Dictionary. To propose national complements, or new entries, prospective contributors are welcome to reach out to Concurrences.

Watch Deborah Healey (University of New South Wales), Richard Whish (King’s College London) and Pablo Trevisán (Instituto de Derecho de la Competencia) present the Dictionary.

University of New South Wales (Sydney)
George Washington University - School of Law (Washington)
Instituto de Derecho de la Competencia
King’s College (London)

Mercatus Center - George Mason University (Arlington)

Danish Competition and Consumer Authority (Copenhagen)

Japan Fair Trade Commission (Tokyo)

European Commission - DG COMP (Brussels)

King’s College (London)

Tribunal de Defensa de la Libre Competencia TDLC (Santiago)

European Court of Justice (Luxembourg)

George Mason University - Antonin Scalia Law School (Arlington)

European University Institute (Florence)

Barnea Jaffa Lande (Tel Aviv)

University of Leeds

McDermott Will & Emery (Paris)

OECD - Competition Division (Paris)

Texas A&M University