This section of the review Concurrences selects articles and working papers on themes related to competition laws and economics, mainly, but not only, in the English and French languages. This compilation does not attempt to be exhaustive but rather a survey on themes important in the area.
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Populism and Competition Law Enforcement: Challenges and a Possible Idea worth Exploring A. P. Komninos (Competition Law Insight, May 2018)
In this article, the author, Assimakis P. Komninos, noting that competition law enforcement is increasingly subject to populist criticism, even though it has always existed, examines how competition authorities seek to respond to the populist challenge. The responses are of two kinds: either they adopt a populist stance aimed at responding to the anxieties expressed, or they stick to their traditional advocacy actions. For Dr. Komninos, both responses are doomed to failure. Trying to