“With such a wide range of subjects and thought-provoking contributions, the book is certainly recommendable to the specialist reader in anti-trust.” – Dr Pinar Akman,
European Law Review, Volume 36
“This book will be a delight to all legal experts and policy makers who, from a professional perspective, have to take into account developments in this branch of competition law. In the book they will find a wealth of seriously developed ideas, based on different aspects of difficulties arising in this area.” – Pierre Bouvier,
Agence Europe: Bulletin Quotidien Europe
“The contributions in this book are clearly written and often thought-provoking. The chapters can be read stand-alone. This is useful for the reader who uses the book as a reference work.
This book is a valuable contribution to the understanding of the latest development in art.102 TFEU. Ezrachi and the other authors did a wonderful job in explaining difficult concepts in a relatively easy way.” – Tjarda van der Vijver,
European Competition Law Review, Volume 31, Issue 7
“The quality of the chapters is superlative. Each is critical and perceptive. They make a considerable contribution to the debate on the enforcement of article 82. The papers have been well edited and it is handy to have 10 chapters on related matters in a single slim volume.” – Valentine Korah,
World Competition Law and Economics Review , Volume 33, Issue 1,
“Article 82 EC ... comprises interesting, exhaustive and stimulating contributions on a number of important and still not completely resolved questions...Overall, the clear and detailed examination of the relevant economic theories along with the appraisal of the applicable legal principles make this collection a useful source of information and of stimuli for future discussions among both academics and practitioners active in the field of competition law.” – Arianna Andreangeli,
Common Market Law Review
“This book analyses in a coherent and well developed way different aspects of the difficulties prevalent in the enforcement of Art 102 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union.
The book addresses controversial issues in a systematic and detailed manner and is an important contribution to the development of the enforcement of Art 102 TFEU. The editor Dr Ariel Ezrachi has done a highly commendable job in ensuring the coherence of the argumentation throughout the book.” – Dr Ioannis Kokkoris,
Competition Law Journal