“...Ekaterina Rousseva's book offers a stimulating and critical analysis of Article 102 TFEU and constitutes a valuable contribution to the literature.” – Ioannis Lianos,
World Competition Law and Economics Review, 34(4)
“...this carefully researched monograph...makes an original and ambitious contribution to the ongoing debate on the reform of art. 102 TFEU. Although its message is primarily addressed to policy-makers, it constitutes a thought-provoking read for anyone interested in the modernisation of EU competition law.” – Anne C. Witt,
European Law Review, Volume 36
“Rousseva is an able guide through the heaps of information that have been amassed on the subject in the last few decades. A particular treat is the ease with which Rousseva hops from practice to theory and back while discussing a topic. She does so almost without the reader noticing it. In a field like exclusionary abuses, this is an important asset.
Rousseva's examination of EU case law is first rate. Her analysis is in-depth and comprehensive.
Rousseva's coverage of the topic in terms of scope and depth is first rate. The book is a must for anyone interested in exclusionary abuses in EU competition law.” – Tjarda van der Vijver,
European Competition Law Review, Volume 32, Issue 6
“Ms Rousseva's take on Art 102 TFEU is largely an original one. When writing on a topic and in an atmosphere where the path of least resistance is an ever present temptation, this is a remarkable achievement. A book to own.” – Eric Gippini Fournier,
Competition Law Journal
“The reader finds a very useful, comprehensive and essentially up-to-date overview and analysis of exclusionary abuses under Article 102 TFEU. Overall, Rousseva shows exceptional insight into the functioning and application of Article 102 which she undoubtedly acquired through her work at DG Competition. Altogether, this book constitutes a timely and stimulating contribution to the ongoing debate on modernization of Article 102 TFEU.” – Thomas M.J. Möllers and Sabrina Hailer,
Common Market Law Review, Volume 48, Issue 1