World Competition examines all aspects of competition policy from, primarily, a legal perspective, but also from an economic point of view. By taking both disciplines into account, it uniquely enables readers to understand competition issues. Its currency and multi-disciplinary approach make it essential reading for practitioners and academics in the field.
Membership of the Advisory and Editorial Boards extends to the most highly regarded academics, practitioners, and members of the judiciary, as well as top ranking competition law officials. In addition to featuring top-quality authors, the journal contains detailed legal analysis complemented by an economic viewpoint for a multi-disciplinary approach has been the forum of heated discussions on several topics, including collective dominance, and the implementation of a system of international competition is now considered essential reading for practitioners and academics
The articles included in every edition are of the highest quality, evidence of the fact that World Competition has become hugely important in the field of global antitrust. Its aim has always been to cover all aspects – every angle – of competition and antitrust.
Young Writer's Award
Every year World Competition runs World Competition Young Writer's Award for the best article published by a young writer (under the age of 35) in the field of Competition and State aid law. The winning article will be chosen from the articles submitted to World Competition by eligible candidates. The winner of the World Competition Young Writer's Award will be granted a free subscription to World Competition for one year and a 1000-Euro voucher to be spent on Kluwer's publications.