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Anne Riley underlined that the origin of this book was concerns in the antitrust community that serious antitrust compliance efforts by companies were not being recognized or seriously encouraged by some antitrust agencies. Thus, the objective of the book is to encourage a dialogue between antitrust agencies, businesses, academics and practitioners. On the one hand, the hope is that agencies will provide more and better advice to businesses on what a credible antitrust compliance program looks like. On the other hand, companies need to share their experience, on what works and what doesn’t, so that the dialogue is constructive. Some agencies are now more open to discussing compliance. For example, from July 2019 the Antitrust Division of US Department of Justice issued guidance to prosecutors to give credit for compliance. So, the aim of the book is to encourage increasing openness to discuss antitrust compliance programs and to enable companies and agencies to work together. The various perspectives presented in this book are intended to achieve this goal and to ensure that it is beneficial to compliance programs.