EC Competition Enforcement Data Workshop Papers and Presentations (as available)
Martin Carree (University of Maastricht)
European Antitrust Policy 1957-2004: An Analysis of Commission Decisions
Cento Veljanovski (University of London)
European Commission Cartel Prosecutions and Fines, 1998-2007: A Statistical Analysis
Zafeira Kastrinaki (University of Warwick)Does EC Balance Efficiency Gains against Anticompetitive Effects of Horizontal Mergers?
Peter L. Ormosi (University of East Anglia)Merger Remedies versus Efficiency Defence: Does the Current Merger Remedy Practice Create a Disincentive to Reveal Efficiencies?
Ela Glowicka (European Commission)Political Economics of Bailouts
Beatrice Dumont (Université de Rennes)Making European Merger Policy More Predictable: An Ordered Discrete Choice Analysis
Jo Seldeslachts (WZB)
Settle for Now but Block for Tomorrow: The Deterrence Effects of Merger Policy Tools
Eline Poelmans (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven)Agreements and Concentrations' in the ECSC Countries between 1952 and 1967: Data Issues
Oindrila De (University of East Anglia)Quantifying Cartel formation and Cartel Success Using DG Comp Case Reports: Preliminary Evidence
Andreea Cosnita (Université Paris X Nanterre)Settlement in Merger Cases: Remedies and Litigation
Bruce Lyons (University of East Anglia)
An Econometric Test of Bargaining Theory: Early Agreement of Remedies in EC Merger Regulation
Andreas Stephan (The Norwich Law School)An Empirical Assessment of the European Leniency Notice
Christopher Harding (Aberystwyth University)Cartel Recidivists
Francesco Russo (Bonelli Erede & Pappalardo)European Commission Decisions on Competition: Landmark Antitrust and Merger Cases from an Economic Point of View (book presentation)
Matt Olzcak (University of East Anglia)Assessing the Efficacy of Structural Merger Remedies: Choosing Between Theories of Harm?
Tomaso Duso (Humboldt University Berlin)
How Effective is European Merger Control?