The first issue of the Journal of Antitrust Enforcement (JAE) has now been published in hard copy and is also available online.
The JAE covers a wide range of enforcement related topics, including: public and private competition law enforcement, cooperation between competition agencies, the promotion of worldwide competition law enforcement, optimal design of enforcement policies, performance measurement, empirical analysis of enforcement policies, combination of functions in the mandate of the competition agency, competition agency governance, procedural fairness, competition enforcement and human rights, the role of the judiciary in competition enforcement, leniency, cartel prosecution, effective merger enforcement and the regulation of sectors.
Volume 1, Issue 1, April 2013:
• Peter Freeman ‘The Competition and Markets Authority: can the whole be greater than the sum of its parts?’
• William Blumenthal ‘Models for merging the US antitrust agencies’
• Wouter P. J. Wils ‘Antitrust compliance programmes and optimal antitrust enforcement’
• Joshua D. Wright and Angela M. Diveley ‘Do expert agencies outperform generalist judges? Some preliminary evidence from the Federal Trade Commission’
• Barry J. Rodger ‘Why not court? A study of follow-on actions in the UK’
• John Temple Lang ‘The strengths and weaknesses of the DG Competition Manual of Procedure’
• Maurice E. Stucke ’Is competition always good?’
• Caron Beaton-Wells and Christine Parker ‘Justifying criminal sanctions for cartel conduct: a hard case’
For free access to these articles click here.
Advanced access to articles from Issue 2:
• Terry Calvani and Kaethe M. Carl ‘The Competition Act 2002, ten years later: lessons from the Irish experience of prosecuting cartels as criminal offences’
• Edward M. Iacobucci ‘Cartel class actions and immunity programmes’
• Malcolm B. Coate ‘The use of natural experiments in merger analysis’