Books

Ascola publishes books based on the contributions made by members to conferences. We have a cooperation with publisher Edward Elgar where the ASCOLA Competition Law Series is published.

So far, the following volumes have been published with many contributions by outstanding scholars, all of them members of Ascola.

For more information on the books, please check the publisher website: E-Elgar

2019 : Björn Lundqvist & Michal S. Gal (eds), Competition Law for the Digital Economy
2018 : Fabiana Di Porto & Rupprecht Podszun (eds), Abusive Practices in Competition Law
2018 : Paul Nihoul & Pieter Van Cleynenbreugel (eds), The Roles of Innovation in Competition Law Analysis
2015 : Josef Drexl & Fabiana Di Porto (eds), Competition Law as Regulation
2015 : Josef Drexl, Vicente Bagnoli (eds), State Initiated Restraints of Competition
2015 : Paul Nihoul & Tadeusz Skoczny (eds), Procedural Fairness in Competition Proceedings
2012 : Daniel Zimmer (ed), The Goals of Competition Law
2012 : Richard Whish, Christopher Townley (eds), New Competition Jurisdictions – Shaping Policies and Building Institutions
2011 : Josef Drexl, Warren S. Grimes, Clifford A. Jones, Rudolph J.R. Peritz & Edward T. Swaine (eds),, More Common Ground for International Competition Law?
2010 : Roger Zäch, Andreas Heinemann & Andreas Kellerhals (eds), The Development of Competition Law - Global Perspectives
2009 : Josef Drexl, Laurence Idot, Joël Monéger (eds), Economic Theory and Competition Law
2006 : Hanns Ullrich (ed), The Evolution of European Competition Law – Whose Regulation, Which Competition?
The Evolution of European Competition Law – Whose Regulation, Which Competition?