ON-TOPIC: COMPETITION POLICY - ECONOMIC MODELS - SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT - STAKES

Sustainability and competition law

This special On-topic explores the interactions and tensions between the implementation of the fundamental principles and objectives of the EU, including environmental protection and sustainable development, and European competition policy. This set of articles brings together contributions addressing the subject from a different perspective. Each article illustrates the complexity of the considerations faced by European and national competition authorities in tackling climate change issues and the need for sustainable policies.

Contents: Avant-propos: Competition and Sustainable Development - A Model Under Construction, Guy Canivet, Honorary President of the Court of Cassation, Paris, Former member of the Constitutional Council Foreword, Ekaterina Rousseva, Policy and Case Coordinator, DG COMP, European Commission, Brussels Beyond Balancing: Sustainability and Competition Law, Julian Nowag, Associate Professor, Lund University and Lecturer in Competition Law, Oxford University & Centre for Competition Law and Policy, Oxford, Alexandra Teorell, Master of Laws, Lund University, Co-Founder, Lexie Law, Lund Competition and sustainability: What can competition policy do?, Luc Peeperkorn, Professor, Brussels School of Competition, Professor, College of Europe, Natolin, Previously principal expert antitrust

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Guy Canivet, Julian Nowag, Lucas Peeperkorn, Michael Ristaniemi, Ekaterina Rousseva, Alexandra Teorell, Maria Wasastjerna, Dirk Middelschulte, Sustainability and competition law, November 2020, Concurrences N° 4-2020, Art. N° 97390, pp. 26-65

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