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Concurrences Review welcome spontaneous contributions, which should be sent to review@concurrences.com. Except in rare circumstances, the Review accepts only unpublished articles, whatever the form and nature of the contribution. The Editorial Board checks the form of the proposals and then submits these to the Scientific Committee. The selection of the papers is conditional to a peer-review by at least two members of the Committee. Within a month, the Committee assesses whether the draft article can be published and notifies the author. The author then formally agrees not to publish the article elsewhere. The Committee sets the order of publication of the selected articles, proposes online or/and print publishing and sets the date of publication (see the Editorial Policy).

In order to balance academic contributions with opinions or legal practice notes, Concurrences provides its insight and analysis in a number of formats:

Opinions by leading academics or enforcers (2000 words)
 See List of all published Forewords
 Read a Foreword: Richard Whish, Reflections on Regulation 1/2003, declarations of inapplicability and informal guidance, Concurrences N° 2-2022

Interviews with antitrust experts (3500 words)
 See List of all published Interviews
 Read an Interview: Margrethe Vestager, Reflections on the landmark cases, Concurrences N° 4-2018

Sets of 4 to 6 short papers on hot issues (3000/4000 words per article)
 See List of all published On-Topics
 Read an On-Topic: Konstantina Bania, Sean-Paul Brankin, Jean Cattan, Francis Donnat, Damien Geradin, Martin d’Halluin, Pierre Larouche, Theano Karanikioti, Alexandre de Streel, Joëlle Toledano, Pat Treacy, Daniel Zimmer, The Digital Market Act, Concurrences N° 3-2022

Law & Economics
Short economics papers (3500 words)
 See List of all published Law & Economics
 Read a Law & Economics: James Mellsop, Robert Lauer, Philipp Heller, Is lax enforcement of antitrust policy to blame for an increase in market power ?, Concurrences N° 2-2023

Long academic papers (5000 words)
 See List of all published Articles
 Read an Article: Wouter Wils, Procedural rights and obligations of third parties in antitrust investigations and proceedings by the European Commission, Concurrences N° 2-2022

Proceedings of conferences held by Concurrences or academic institutions. The ppt presentations, videos and/or transcripts are available for Concurrences+ subscribers.
 See List of all published Conferences
 Read a Conference: Laurence Idot, Florian Wagner-von Papp, Florian Bien, Cristoforo Osti, Frank Kroes, Private damages actions before and after the implementation of the Directive (Implementation of the EU Damages Directive into Member State law - Würzburg, May 5, 2017), Concurrences N° 3-2017

Legal Practices
Short papers for in-house counsels (3000 words)
 See List of all published Legal Practices
 Read a Legal Practice: Elise Durand, Patrick Hubert, Mitigating antitrust risks in M&A deals, Concurrences N° 2-2022

Medium length papers on international policies (4000 words)
 See List of all published Internationals
 Read an International: Morgan Blaschke-Broad, Australia: Merger law at the crossroads – Examining proposals for substantive reform, Concurrences N° 4-2022

Case Summaries
Summaries of recent EU and French cases (2000 to 3000 words, French mainly)
 See List of some English Case Summaries

Books Review
Summaries of recent antitrust books (1000 to 2000 words)
 See List of all English Books Review
 Read an English Book Review: Making Markets Work for Africa. Markets, Development, and Competition Law in Sub-Saharan Africa, Eleanor M. Fox and Mor Bakhoum.