Relaxing whilst doing Competition Law is not an Oxymoron


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Written by Nicolas Petit

25 June 2013 at 11:35 pm

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  1. Is there a copy in English? ūüôā


    26 June 2013 at 6:17 pm

  2. Congratulations, and thank you. I bought it a week ago in France (the book is very well displayed in the front window of the “librairie de la Cour de Cassation”). Unsurprisingly -if I may very humbly express my opinion- I’ve found it very enlightening, insightful and clear (I’ve found the chapter on the “√©l√©ments d’√©conomie du droit de la concurrence” more compact and easier to assimilate than the first part of the book emanating from your Phd thesis – I get that the latter followed a different academic purpose as it was based on a more in-depth approach with a particular emphasis on collusion). I take no risk predicting this new book will very soon be a must-read for every french-speaking student (like me) or practitioner eager to learn a lot on competition law. One more thing : thanks a lot for having made it affordable (sometimes it feels good to be able to buy a treatise/handbook on competition law without feeling almost compelled to skimp on other interesting sides of life).


    26 June 2013 at 11:18 pm

  3. […] sense of bloggerly comradery¬†suggests that I should plug this book, except that my lack of French means I have no idea what it […]

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