GCR’s Enforcer Hub brings together critical information about the world’s competition enforcement agencies, written by both the agencies themselves and leading private practitioners, and from both the legal and economist perspective. The agencies describe their own powers and priorities, and provide organograms, staff lists and contact details to enable users to reach out to the most relevant contact. Where the economist function is separate, that is also outlined in detail. For key jurisdictions, GCR partners this information with analysis of enforcement trends and priorities from leading lawyers and economists from that jurisdiction.
Competition Economics Handbook 2020
With economics at the centre of competition law, the Competition Economics Handbook 2020 identifies the issues that antitrust economists are tackling today. The book’s comprehensive format provides contact details for competition agencies’ economists in over 70 jurisdictions. A Q&A format illustrates how the advisers are organised and their input into the regulation and enforcement process.
Competition Enforcement Agencies Handbook 2019
Global Competition Review’s 2019 edition of the Competition Enforcement Agencies Handbook provides full contact details for competition agencies in over 100 jurisdictions, together with charts showing their structure and a Q&A explaining their funding and powers. The information has been provided by the agencies themselves and by a panel of specialist local contributors.
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