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Our readers are proposing some additional nominations as well as the creation of a new categores for comic books and online games. We are obedient guys and we do what we´re asked, so we´re now beyond movies and looking for nominations on competition entertainment…

Best animated feature

A brief history of the creation of the FTC

Best online game

A visit to the mall, by the FTC

Best competition law comics

Two mangas by the Competition Commission of Singapore: Foiled (Abuse of dominance) and Fixed (price fixing)

O Cartel da Limonada, by the Brazilian Ministry for Justice

Io Non Abbocco, by the Italian Competition Authority

La Breve Storia di Borgo Allegro, by the Italian Competition Authority

Una Brutta Sorpresa, also by  the Italian Competition Authority (I´m sure they work on other stuff too over there)

The info on the comics is available at the ICN Blog (thanks a lot to Kartellblog for the pointer!).  I´ve actually found quite interesting info in there.  An example: anyone interested in doing competition law research in Fiji?

Written by Alfonso Lamadrid

3 February 2011 at 9:43 pm

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  1. Stephen Colbert’s explanation of “the new AT&T” is still an old favorite. http://www.ebaumsworld.com/video/watch/955486/

    carla

    4 February 2011 at 3:50 am

  2. Hello guys,

    your blog is great! Keep it like this – tidy, irriverent, rigorous without being boring. Congratulations,

    Luca

    Luca

    4 February 2011 at 5:46 pm


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