Friday, January 30, 2009
Posted by D. Daniel Sokol
World Competition Law and Economics Review is a highly regarded journal dedicated to competition and antitrust. It examines all aspects of competition policy, primarily from a legal perspective, but also from an economic point of view. Membership of the Advisory and Editorial Boards includes highly regarded academics, practitioners, and members of the judiciary, as well as top ranking competition law officials.
In order to obtain more information about World Competition, please visit:
World Competition is inviting authors to submit their manuscripts for publishing. The articles must include legal analysis of competition issues. Further requirements for the manuscripts are laid down in the attached Guide to Authors. Please note, that articles submitted to World Competition must undergo a peer review procedure by the Editorial Board in order to ensure the contributions published are of the highest quality.
Moreover, the competition for the Young Writer's Award is running throughout 2009, providing an opportunity for young authors to be published and rewarded for their contribution. The participation of candidates from new EU Member States and particularly from developing countries is encouraged. The prize is a free annual subscription of World Competition and a 1 000 Euro voucher for Kluwer's publications. Please see the attached notice for more details regarding the award.
Contributions should be sent by post to José Rivas, Editor, at Bird & Bird, Avenue d'Auderghem 22-28 box 9, 1040 Brussels, Belgium or alternatively via e-mail to the Editor Jose.Rivas@twobirds.com or to the Editorial Board firstname.lastname@example.org.