CONFERENCE - CAEN - PUBLIC SPHERE IN COMPETITION LAW - ROUNDTABLE 1 - CONSTITUTIONALITY

Constitutionality in competition law (Dimensions of public sphere in competition law, Caen, 3 October 2014)

The first session of this conference leads to highlight the constitutional basis of competition law in the internal law (Pr. Martucci), using a comparative method (Pr. Della Cananea) and through the lens of the reports on legal integration between the laws of the European Union and of its Member States (Pr. Potvin-Solis).

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Economic constitution and competition: in search of a constitutional matrix of competition law Francesco Martucci Professor, University Panthéon-Assas (Paris II), European College of Paris 1. "Competition, the angry [1]word." That is how Laurence Idot explained in 2007 the Lisbon Treaty's relegation of the undistorted competition regime to Protocol No 27, while the draft Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe set the Union the objective of a single market with free and undistorted [2]competition. This relegation is certainly more political than legal; a political significance that cannot be disregarded in the quest for a constitutional matrix of

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Francesco Martucci, Laurence Potvin Solis, Giacinto della Cananea, Constitutionality in competition law (Dimensions of public sphere in competition law, Caen, 3 October 2014), January 2015, Concurrences N° 1-2015, Art. N° 71637, www.concurrences.com

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