“...Simonsson offers interesting insights into the legal, economic and political theories underpinning EC competition law.
The book is well structured and logically constructed
...the book is a very welcome contribution in this rapidly evolving area of law. It satisfies the needs of private practice, institutional actors and academia. It brings together the experience and skills of the author to shed light on the complexities and inefficiencies following the modernization. To be sure, although the normative and jurisprudential framework has undergone notable changes following the publication of the book, the evolution seems to go precisely in the direction suggested by the author.” – Giacomo Di Federico,
Common Market Law Review
“... a single-minded, well-developed, robustly-supported anaylsis of cartel law and its enforcement in the European Union today.” – Mark Furse,
European Competition Law Review, Volume 32, Issue 6
“The publication provides both theoretical and practical approaches with regard to around 150 Union decisions in this area and frequently plunges into pertinent academic literature for its findings. Ingeborg Simonsson also gives the reader some detailed comparisons of European and American law and in doing so provides us with a remarkable reference book.” – PBo,
Agence Europe: Bulletin Quotidien Europe