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Circumscribing the Scope of EC Competition Law in Network Industries_A Comparative Approach to the US Supreme Court Ruling in the Trinko Case

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  • Ec Competition Law
  • Network Industry
  • Trinko Case
  • Law
  • Criminology & Political Science :: European & International Law [E05]
  • Droit
  • Criminologie & Sciences Politiques :: Droit Européen & International [E05]

Abstract

EDITORS·IM·CHIEF DAMlEN GERADIN, Professor of Law and Director, Ins~tute for European Legal Studies,University of Liege, Belgium LEIGH HANCHER, Professor of European Law, lilburg University, The Nethe~ands PIERRE LAROUCHE, Professor of Competition Law, lilburg University, The Netherlands ASSOCIATE EDITORS NICOLAS CHARBIT, Charge d'enselgnement Al'Umversite de Pantheon-5orbonne Paris I BEA11llCE DUMONT, Ma1lre de conferences, Universite de Rennes 1, Rennes MICHEL KERF, Policy Infrastructure Advisor, The World B<r1k, Washington DC CIRCUMSCRIBING THE SCOPE OF EC COMPETITION LAW IN NETWORK INDUSTRIES? A COMPARATIVE APPROACH TO THE US SUPREME COURT RULING IN THE TRINKO CASE ADVISORY BOARD FRANQOISE BWM, Legal Secretary, Court of Justice of the European Communities, Luxembourg MARTIN CAVE, Director, Centre for Management Under Regulation, Warwick Business School, University of Warwick, Coventry CLAUDE CRAMPES, Professeur d'Economie, Universite Toulouse 1, Toulouse ROBERT W. CRANDALL, Senior Fellow, Economic Studies, Economic Studies Program, The Brookings Institution, Washington DC PAUL A. DAVID, Professor of Economics - Stanford University, Professor of Economics and Economic History - University of Oxford NICHOLAS ECONDMIDES, Professor, Slem Business School, New Yorl<. University CLAUS DlmR EHLERMANN, Senior Counsel, Wilmer, Culler and Pickering, Brussels ANTONIO ESTACHE, The World Bank, Washington DC JOROI GUAL, Prolessor of Economics, lESE Business School, Barcelona RICHARD JANDA, Director, Centre for the Study of Regulated Industries, Faculty of Law, Mc Gill University, Montreal MARK LEMLEY, Professor of LaW; Director, Berl<.eley Cenler for Law & Technology, School of Law University of California, Berl<.eley CA PA11llCK LOW, Director, Economic Research and Analysis Division, World Trade Organization, Geneve FRANCIS MCGOWAN, Professor, School of European Studies University of Sussex, Falmer, Brighton DAVID NEWBERY, Director of the Department of Applied Economics, Fellow of Churchill Col

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