Ramin Gohari, an Oxford graduate (Lincoln College), has been awarded the World Competition Young Writer's Award for his article "Margin Squeeze in the Telecommunications Sector: A More Economics-based Approach" which was published in the June 2012 issue of the World Competition Law and Economics Review and which was based on his dissertation prepared for his MJUR.
Ramin Gohari studied for the MJUR in 2011 and wrote his dissertation under the supervision of Professor Ariel Ezrachi. He is now studying for his DPhil at the University of Fribourg in Switzerland.
The World Competition Young Writer's Award is awarded for the best article by a young writer (under the age of 35) in the field of Competition and State aid law chosen from articles submitted to World Competition. It is awarded by Kluwer Law International, the publishers of World Competition Law and Economics Review.