With incisive and thought-provoking contributions from leading international academics and practitioners, this book addresses in detail the EU approach to antitrust and abuse of dominance, and considers in particular the Commission's guidelines for enforcing Article 102 of the EC Treaty.
'Competion Law and the Enforcement of Article 82.'
Federico Etro is Professor of Economics at the University of Milan, Bicocca, where he teaches Competition Policy. He also teaches Industrial Organization at the University of Edinburgh. He has been working as a consultant for the public and the private sector, for the Ministry of Economy of Italy (Rome) during the II Berlusconi Government, for the Task Force on Competition of the International Chamber of Commerce (Paris), and for international corporations through ECG (Milan), a small company focused on economic consulting. He has published several articles on leading international journals such as American Economic Review, Canadian Journal of Economics, Economic Journal, Rand Journal of Economics, European Competition Journal and others. He obtained a Laurea in Economics from the Catholic University of Milan and specialized at the University of California, Los Angeles and Harvard University.
Dr Ioannis Kokkoris
is a Reader at the University of Reading in the UK and a Visiting Professor at Bocconi University in Italy. Prior to that he was a Principal Case Officer at the Office of Fair Trading in the UK and an International Consultant on Competition policy for the Organisation of Security and Cooperation in Europe. He is Vice Chairman of the Institute of Studies in Competition Law and Policy and Vice President of the International Thinktank on Innovation and Research. He has published more than 10 books and 40 articles on competition law, regulation, and corporate law. Dr Kokkoris' background combines both law and economics. Kokkoris holds a BA in Economics (Essex, UK) and an MPhil in Economics (Cambridge, UK), as well as an LLM (with distinction Warwick, UK) and a PhD in Competition Law (King's College London, UK) and has conducted research at Harvard Law School.