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Future Neo-Brandeis

Dirk Auer and Lazar Radic: “The Legacy of Neo-Brandeisianism: History or Footnote?”

The Network Law Review is pleased to present a symposium entitled “The Future of the Neo-Brandeis Movement”, asking experts the following question: will the neo-Brandeis movement have a lasting impact on antitrust law? This contribution is signed by Dirk Auer (ICLE & University of Liège) and Lazar Radic (ICLE & IE University). The entire symposium...
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Mariateresa Maggiolino: “The Multi-Purpose Approach and Article 102 TFEU”

The Network Law Review is pleased to present a symposium entitled “The Future of the Neo-Brandeis Movement”, asking experts the following question: will the neo-Brandeis movement have a lasting impact on antitrust law? This contribution is signed by Mariateresa Maggiolino (Bocconi). The entire symposium is edited by Thibault Schrepel (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam) and Anouk van der...
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Herbert Hovenkamp: “Antimonopoly Antitrust Metrics”

The Network Law Review is pleased to present a symposium entitled “The Future of the Neo-Brandeis Movement”, asking experts the following question: will the neo-Brandeis movement have a lasting impact on antitrust law? This contribution is signed by Herbert Hovenkamp (University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School and the Wharton School). The entire symposium is edited...
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Jonathan M. Barnett: “The Antitrust Revolution That Mostly Wasn’t and Probably Won’t Be”

The Network Law Review is pleased to present a symposium entitled “The Future of the Neo-Brandeis Movement”, asking experts the following question: will the neo-Brandeis movement have a lasting impact on antitrust law? This contribution is signed by Jonathan M. Barnett (University of Southern California). The entire symposium is edited by Thibault Schrepel (Vrije Universiteit...
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Wolf Sauter: “The Impact of the Neo-Brandeis Movement on Antitrust: A Sceptical View”

I am writing this contribution from the perspective of a European, more specifically Dutch, perspective as an academic and public antitrust practitioner. My introduction to the neo-Brandeis movement came in what I remember as a 2018 or 2019 conversation with Barry Lynn of the Open Markets Institute at an Oxford seminar convened by Ariel Ezrachi...
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