“As the European Commission's enforcement policy moves towards an economic approach, the identification of market power and how to deal with it is of immense importance. Market Power in EU Antitrust provides a comprehensive, timely and significant contribution to this difficult task by presenting a series of intriguing ideas.
...a very welcome addition to the literature. The book delves beneath the surface to offer new insights into the deeper issues of the principles below. While the scope of the book is limited to market power across the main European competition law provisions and the merger regulation, it has all the qualities one would hope to find in a first-rate modern legal treatise: it is scholarly, opinionated, thorough, clear and authoritative.” – Liza Lovdahl Gormsen,
European Competition Journal, Volume 9, Number 3
“...a valuable contribution for the enforcers of EU competition rules, ultimately the judicial authorities, which need not be expert economists.” – Vasiliki Brisimi,
European Law Review, Volume 38(2)
“The book contains a wealth of material and details...A very great deal of care has clearly been invested in the book and it is easy to find the relevant place. It is most welcome.” – Valentine Korah,
World Competition Law and Economics Review