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? 🙂


    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 “éléments d’économie 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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