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martes, 15 de marzo de 2011

What’s wrong with European Competition Law?

I have uploaded a long presentation I prepared – but I did not present in its full length – for a seminar in Brussels last month. It is pretty provocative and disparaging against some of the fundamental tenets of the European Court of Justice and the European Commission doctrine in the interpretation of articles 101 and 102 – but also merger control – of the Treaty. The presentation is in english and starts with some comments about the “more economic approach” to competition law. As the reader will promptly notice, I agree with the WSJ proposition according to which european competition law has become a sort of intellectual summersault. Usual caveats apply. The presentation does not represent the official opinion of CMS. The catch-22 comparison is from RBB

2 comentarios:

Juan Jimenez Laiglesia dijo...

La presentación es fantástica Jesús y da mucho que pensar. Utilizar a Coase...eres un fenómeno. Un abrazo

JESÚS ALFARO AGUILA-REAL dijo...

Me alegro de que te haya gustado. Es un desahogo tras una cierta frustración por la baja calidad de las sentencias del Tribunal de Justicia. Como soy nuevo en esto del Derecho europeo, tenía una imagen mucho más positiva de la jurisprudencia europea

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