A Global Collection: Reviewing The Global Limits of Competition Law

The Global Limits of Competition Law is the first installment in Daniel Sokol’s and Ioannis Lianos’s ambitious new series from Stanford University Press, Global Competition Law and Economics. The project is ambitious because it takes on a potentially unbounded topic, and one that is constantly changing. It is also ambitious because Sokol and Lianos enter a saturated market. This first volume is sufficiently captivating, and represents such an extraordinary breadth of national and regional perspectives, that the authors appear to have fulfilled their ambitions.

Max Huffman, A Global Collection: Reviewing The Global Limits of Competition Law, 98 Minn. L. Rev. Headnotes 7 (2013).

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