- Publication frequency quarterly
- approx. 80 pages
- ISSN 2510‐3148
- Language: English
CoRe Issue 2/2020 – Covid-19 Grips the Competition Agenda
Issue 2/2020 of the European Competition and Regulatory Law Review (CoRe) is now available! The corona crisis has not spared the world of EU competition law. Find out about Covid-19’s effects on EU economic law in a detailed article and about the pandemic’s disruptive impact at Member State level in the country reports on Bulgaria and Poland. Beyond corona analysis, CoRe 2/2020 offers an informative article on parallel enforcement of global cartels.
Also in this issue, a rich country reports section with national competition law updates:
- Austria: Application of Article 101 TFEU in Parent-JV Setting
- Belgium: How to Reconcile Homogeneity and Effectiveness
- Bulgaria: NCA’s Antitrust Activity and Covid-19
- Czech Republic: Anticompetitive Conduct of Public Authorities
- Germany: The Regulation of VDSL2 Vectoring Technique
- Netherlands: Tribunal Annuls Finding of Collective Dominance
- Norway: Competition Issues in the Grocery Market
- Poland: Safeguards for Competition in the Midst of Covid-19
- Portugal: Two Years into the Transposition of the Damages Directive
Read the detailed annotation of the CJEU’s ruling on:
CoRe 2/2020 also includes two book reviews (“Antitrust Procedural Fairness” and “Competition Law of the EU and UK”) and for the first time in the journal – a methodological case study in competition policy research.
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