September 2016
Spulber, Daniel

Antitrust Policy toward Technology Standards

This article argues that there is not a conflict between antitrust policy and technology standards.Read More

Petit, Nicolas

Chinese State Capitalism and Western Antitrust Policy

Enthused by China’s conversion to the free market system in 1978 and its adoption of Western-style market institutions, the world has spent the last few decades turning a blind eye to China’s real “governance” problem: that a shadow Party-State system permeates all branches of the economy....Read More

Petit, Nicolas

The Antitrust and Intellectual Property Intersection in European Union Law

In European legal scholarship, many articles discuss the equilibrium reached in the case-law of the Court of Justice of the European Union (“CJEU”) when the EU antitrust prohibitions apply to, and restrain, the free and ordinary use of intellectual property rights (“IPRs”). We call this the...Read More

Geradin, Damien

Public Policy and Breach of Competition Law in International Arbitration: A Competition Law Practitioner's Viewpoint

In its March 2016 Opinion in the Genentech case, Advocate General Wathelet raised the complex question of the standard of review that should be applied by domestic courts when asked to set aside or declare unenforceable arbitral awards on the ground that they breach EU competition rules, which...Read More

de Streel, Alexandre and Larouche, Pierre

Disruptive Innovation and Competition Policy Enforcement

Disruptive innovation, according to business literature, occurs when an innovative product is brought to a market, such as meets the basic requirements of the lower-end of an established value network and also offers added value outside of that value network. That product wins over consumers and...Read More

Hovenkamp, Herbert

Intellectual Property and Competition

Laskowska, Magdalena

Antitrust and the Approach to Innovations