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Monday, March 25, 2013

Administrative Adjudication in Antitrust: Still a Controversy? An Annotated Bibliography

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol

Maria Barroso Gomes, American Antitrust Institute (AAI) has posted Administrative Adjudication in Antitrust: Still a Controversy? An Annotated Bibliography.

ABSTRACT: The purpose of this annotated bibliography is to survey the recent literature on administrative adjudication in antitrust and the rule of law in the United States, European Union, and from a comparative or global vision.

The bibliography is organized into three sections: (1) United States, focusing on issues of agency design and due process (mostly in merger control) in the US; (2) European Union, addressing the current debate on the rule of law issues affecting competition proceedings in the EU; and (3) Comparative/Global, covering antitrust and rule of law topics addressed from comparative, convergent or global perspectives. Included are articles, policy statements, conference papers, essays, books and book reviews addressing one of the main categories into which the bibliography is organized.

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