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With economics at the centre of competition law, The 2010 Handbook of Competition Economics identifies the issues that antitrust economists are tackling today. The book's comprehensive format provides full contact details for competition agencies economists in 55 jurisdictions. A Q&A format then illustrates how the advisers are organised and the nature of their input into the regulation and enforcement process. Finally the book draws upon eight years of research to identify the leading private practice competition economists worldwide.
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