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External linkICC Antitrust Compliance Toolkit
Produced by the ICC Task Force on Antitrust Compliance and Advocacy. Launced 22 April 2013. See press release.





Buxbaum, Hannah L, 'Territory, Territoriality, and the Resolution of Jurisdictional Conflict' (2009) 57 American Journal of Comparative Law 631

Maher M Dabbah, 'Competition Law and Policy in Developing Countries: A Critical Assessment of the Challenges to Establishing an Effective Competition Law Regime' (2010) 33(3) World Competition 457-475

External linkSokol, D. Daniel, The Future of International Antitrust and Improving Antitrust Agency Capacity (January 17, 2009). Northwestern University Law Review, Vol. 103, 2009; University of Florida Levin College of Law Research Paper No. 2009-23.

External linkBrendan J Sweeney, 'Global Competition: Searching For A Rational Basis For Global Competition Rules' (2008) 30 Sydney Law Review 209




Bhattacharjea, Aditya, 'The Case for a Multilateral Agreement on Competition Policy: A Developing Country Perspective' (2006) 9 Journal of International Economic Law 293


Lorenzo Coppi and Walker, Mike, 'Substantial convergence or parallel paths? Similarities and differences in the economic analysis of horizontal mergers in US and EU competition law' (2004) Antitrust Bulletin 101


Beckler, Richard W and Matthew H Kirtland, 'Extraterritorial Application of US Antitrust Law: What Is a "Direct, Substantial, and Reasonably Foreseeable Effect" Under the Foreign Trade Antitrust Improvements Act?' (2003) 38 Texas International Law Journal 11




Editorial, 'US International Antitrust Enforcement since the 1980s' (1999) 4(1) Economic Perspectives - An Electronic Journal of the US Information Agency 32

Griffin, Joseph P, 'Extraterritoriality in US and EU Antitrust Enforcement' (1999) 67 Antitrust Law Journal 159


Barringer, William H, 'Competition Policy and Cross Border Dispute Resolution: Lessons Learned from the US-Japan Film Dispute' (1998) 6 George Mason Law Review 459

Claudio Cocuzza and Massimiliano Montini, 'International Antitrust Co-operation in a Global Economy' (1998) 19 European Competition Law Review 15

Griffin, Joseph P, 'Foreign Governmental Reactions to US Assertions of Extraterritorial Jurisdiction' (1998) 6 George Mason Law Review 505

Griffin, Joseph P, 'Foreign Governmental Reactions to US Assertions of Extraterritorial Jurisdiction' (1998) European Competition Law Reports 64

Guzman, Andrew, 'Is International Antitrust Possible?' (1998) 73 New York University Law Review 1501


John M Connor, 'International Convergence of Antitrust Law and Enforcement' (1997) 28 Antitrust Law & Economics Review 17

Editorial, 'United States-Australia mutual Antitrust Assistance Agreement proposed' (1997) 5 European Community Law Review 107


Atwood, James R., 'Blocking Statutes and Sovereign Compulsion in American Antitrust Litigation' (1996) 27 Swiss Review of International Competition Law 5

Brittan, Leon, 'Towards an International Framework of Competition Rules' (1996) 24 International Business Lawyer 454


Alford, Roger P, 'The Extraterritorial Application of Antitrust Laws: A Postscript on Hartford Fire Insurance Co. v. California' (1993) 34 Virginia Journal of International Law 213


Alford, Roger P, 'The Extraterritorial Application of Antitrust Laws: The United States and European Community Approaches' (1992) 33 Virginia Journal of International Law 1

Anderson, Timothy L, 'Extraterritorial Application of National Antitrust Laws: The Need for More Uniform Regulation' (1992) 38 Wayne Law Review 1579


Institutional design


Annetje Ottow, Market and Competition Authorities: Good Agency Principles (OUP, 2015)



Eleonor M Fox and Michael J Trebilcock (eds), The Design of Competition Law Institutions: Global Norms, Local Choices (OUP, 2013)


Firat Cengiz, Antitrust Federalism in the EU and the US (Routledge, 2012) 


William E Kovacic, ‘Institutional Foundations for Economic Legal Reform Transition Economies: The Case of Competition Policy and Antitrust Enforcement’ (2001) 77 Chicago-Kent L Rev 265, 314


Robert E Goodin (ed), The Theory of Institutional Design (Cambridge University Press, 1996)






Maher Dabbah and Barry Hawk (eds), Anti-Cartel Enforcement Worldwide, 3 volumes, Cambridge University Press (2009)


John M Connor, Global Price Fixing (Studies in Industrial Organization), Springer (2008)


Unilateral conduct (including abuse of power and vertical restraints)


External linkAnnalies Azzopardi, ''Dominant Position': A Term in Search of Meaning' (2015) Global Antitrust Review (PDF)
'Article 102 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union applies only to dominant undertakings. However the definition of the term ‘dominant position’ originally established by the Court of Justice of the European Union poses some problems of interpretation. There have been many attempts at rationalising this definition, including attempts to equate it to the economic concept of ‘substantial market power’. This article considers the definition of ‘dominant position’, and assesses the problems associated with the current legal definition. It reviews the attempts made to make sense of the legal definition and examines whether in reality ‘dominance’ amounts to ‘substantial market power’.'


Robert W Hahn, Antitrust Policy and Vertical Restraints, Brookings Institution Press (2006)






Ioulia Kampouridi, 'Arguments for the EU-US Convergence and against a Global Merger Control Regime' (2015) 38(1) World Competition 107–132
Abstract: The internationalization of markets, i.e., globalization, has resulted in a number of transnational mergers during the past few years, which require ex ante notification filings in multiple jurisdictions. This requirement is costly for both the merging companies and regulators and creates uncertainty. Responding to this phenomenon, commentators have argued for the establishment of a global merger control policy administered by a global agency. I argue against this proposal for two reasons. First, I evaluate procedural concerns that include the requirement to give reasons and the third parties' and the merging parties' right to appeal the national regulators' decision. Second, I explore the debate as to what the goals of antitrust law should be and examine their biased application to particular facts. I illustrate my argument against the adoption of a global merger law applied by a single agency using the three recent mergers between US Airways and American Airlines, between Universal and EMI and between Microsoft and Skype. Lastly, I examine different solutions offered by commentators and propose a modest solution which would mitigate the problem of duplicative review of transnational mergers by the EU and the US To conclude, I advocate the desirability of EU-US convergence in merger control.



External linkMalcolm B Coate, 'The Use of Natural Experiments in Merger Analysis' (advanced access 2012) J Antitrust Enforcement 1-31 (full 2013 citation to come)

External linkJean-Etienne de Bettingnies and Thomas W Ross, 'Mergers, Agency Costs, and Social Welfare' (2013) Journal of Law, Economics and Organization

External linkDeborah L. Feinstein1 (Director, Bureau of Competition, FTC), 'The Significance of Consent Orders in the Federal Trade Commission’s Competition Enforcement Efforts' (GCR Live, New York, NY, 17 September 2013)

Ilene Knable Gotts, ‘Navigating Multijurisdictional Merger Reviews: Suggestions from a Practitioner’ (2013) 9(2) Competition Law International 149

George A Hay and E Jane Murdoch, 'A tale of two cities: From Davids Holdings to Metcash' (2013) 20 Competition & Consumer Law Journal 213

Simon Hirsbrunner, 'The Converted Missionary: Germany Revises its Merger Control Regime' (April 2013) 9(1) Competition Law International 67

Katri Paas-Mohando ‘Do small economies need specific rules for substantive aspects of merger control?’ (2013) 34(5) European Competition Law Review 260

Michael Pickford, 'A comparison of merger regulation in New Zealand and the United States' (2012) 20 CCLJ 95

Richard Steuer, Jodi Simali and John Roberti, 'Competition Law in Merger Transactions: Managing and Allocating Risk in the New Normal' (April 2013) 9(1) Competition Law International 31

External linkAlexandr Svetlicinii and Külliki Lugenberg, 'Merger Remedies in a Small Market Economy: Empirical Evidence from the Baltic States' (2013) 6(1) Baltic Journal of Law & Politics 1-26

Dan Wi, 'China's Anti-Monopoly Law and its Merger Enforcement: Convergence and Flexibility' (2011) Journal of International Economic Law 14(4) 807-844

David Young, 'Acquiring power: The ACCC's Loy Yang Power decision and the legacy of Australian Gas Light Company v ACCC (No 3) (2013) 20 Competition & Consumer Law Journal 227

External linkICC Antitrust Compliance Toolkit
Produced by the ICC Task Force on Antitrust Compliance and Advocacy. Launced 22 April 2013. See press release.


External linkLaurent Benzoni, Julien Pellefigue, 'Mergers control: For a reconsideration of the structural analysis' (2012) Concurrences Competition Laws Journal N° 4-2012, n°49477

External linkRachel Brandenburger, 'Merger Enforcement in the Americas: Update from the U.S. Department of Justice' (New York State Bar Association Summer Merger Forum, New York, New York, 17 July 2012)

External linkRachel Brandenburger, 'Recent Developments in Merger Control: Views from the U.S. Department of Justice's Antitrust Division' (International Bar Association's 16th Annual Competition Conference, Florence, Italy, 14 September 2012)

Oliver Budzinski, International Antitrust Institutions (July 4, 2012). Ilmenau Economics Discussion Papers, Vol. 17, No. 72, July 2012. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2100576

External linkRiccardo Celli, Sophie Stephanou and Killian Kehoe, 'The new UK regulatory regime: How will the reforms affect the international business world?' (15 Mary 2012) Competition Law Insight

External linkMalcolm B Coate, 'Collusion Theories in Merger Analysis: Still Alive and Kicking' (2012) 8(1) Competition Policy International 104

External linkMalcolm B Coate and Jeffrey H Fischer, ‘Market Definition – Still Needed After All These Years’ (2012)

External linkDavina Garrod and Miguel Vaz, 'UK Merger Control: Riding the Winds of Change' in Global Competition Review (in association with Bingham McCutchen), The European Antitrust Review 2012, pages 159-164

External linkNicolas Harle, Philippe Ombregt and Karel Cool, 'Merger Control and Practice in the BRIC Countries vs. The EU and the US: Review Thresholds' (INSEAD Working Paper No 2012/100/ST) (at SSRN)

Ken Heyer, 'Optimal Remedies for Anticompetitive Mergers' (Spring 2012) Antitrust 26

External linkJohn B Kirkwood, 'Powerful Buyers and Merger Enforcement' (Accepted paper, October 2012, Boston University Law Review) (SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1809985)

External linkNadine Mouy, David Tayar, Nathalie Jalabert-Doury, Bernard Amory, Serge Clerckx, 'The pre-notification phase' (2012) Concurrences Competition Laws Journal N° 4-2012, n°49237, p. 12-24

External linkCatherine Prieto, Nadine Mouy, Philippe Rincazaux, 'How to deal with transnational mergers notifications?' (November 2012) Concurrences Competition Laws JournalN° 4-2012, n°49306

External linkD Daniel Sokol and William Blumenthal, 'Merger Control: Key International Norms and Differences' in Ariel Ezrachi (ed), International Research Handbook on Competition Law (2012)

Alexandr Svetlicinii and Külliki Lugenberg, ‘Merger remedies in a small market economy: the Estonian experience’ (2012) 33(10) European Competition Law Review 475-481

External linkAlexandr Svetlicinii, ‘Illegality of Conduct in EU Merger Control: Should We Trust the 'Summary Analysis'?’ (2012) 6 L'Europe Unie/United Europe 139 <http://ssrn.com/abstract=2320417> accessed 18 September 2013

Anne C Witt, 'From Airtours to Ryanair: Is the more Economic Approach to EU Merger Law Really About More Economics?' (2012) 49 Common Market Law Review 217-246

Danielle Wood and Morelle Bull, 'Holding out for a hero: Assessing mergers between potential competitors' (2012) 20 CLLJ 125


External linkJoaquin Almunia, 'Policy Objectives in Merger Control' (Speech delivered at FOrdham Competition Conference, New York, 8 September 2011)

Marco Botta, 'Merger Remedies Imposed by the Competition Authorities of the Emerging Economies' (2011) 34(2) World Competition 321-338

External linkDaniel A Crane, 'Rethinking Merger Efficiencies' (Public Law and Legal Theory Working Paper Series, Working Paper No 230, March 2011; Empirical Legal Studies Center, Working Paper No 11-001; (2011) 110 Michican Law Review)

External linkMaher Dabbah, 'Cross-border merger control: challenges for developing and emerging economies', Report produced for the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, OECD (2011)

External linkDamien Geradin and Ianis Girgenson, 'Industrial Policya nd European Merger Control - A Reassessment' (TILEC Discussion Paper No 2011-053, 3 October 2011)

External linkPaul K Gorecki, 'Revising Merger Guidelines: Lessons from the Irish Experience', ESRI Working Paper No. 379 (March 2011)

External linkAkira Goto, 'Cross-border merger control in Japan' (Tenth Meeting of The OECD Global Forum on Competition (February 17, 2011, Paris, France))

External linkJohn B Kirkwood, 'Buyer Power and Merger Policy' (Working Paper, Draft 1, 1 April 2011) (at SSRN) (note, see 2012 version)

External linkJohn B Kirkwood, 'The Predictive Power of Merger Analysis' (Fall 2011) 56(3) Antitrust Bulletin 543 (see also Seattle University School of Law Research Paper No. 12-2) (SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1717945)

External linkLangevoort, Donald C., "The Behavioral Economics of Mergers and Acquisitions" (2011) Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works Paper 438

J Thomas Rosch and Darren S Tucker, 'Emerging Theories of Competitive Harm in Merger Enforcement' (October 2011) The Antitrust Source

External linkD Daniel Sokol and James A Fishkin, 'Response: Antitrust Merger Efficiencies in the Shadow of the Law' (2011) 64 Vanderbilt Law Review En Banc 45 [also available at: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1800420]

Response to: External linkJamie Henikoff Moffitt, 'Merging in the Shadow of the Law: The Case for Consistent Judicial Efficiency Analysis' (2010) 63 Vand. L. Rev. 1697

External linkNeeraj Tiwari, 'Merger Under the Regime of Competition Law: A Comparative Study of the Indian Legal Framework with EC and UK' (2011) 23(1) Bond Law Review 117

External linkEmma Trogen, 'National Merger Control - Towards further convergence in multi-jurisdictional filing processes' (2011) 4 Global Antitrust Review

Dan Wi, 'China's Anti-Monopoly Law and its Merger Enforcement: Convergence and Flexibility' (2011) Journal of International Economic Law 14(4) 807-844


External linkMats Bergman, Malcolm B Coate, Maria Jakobsson and Shawn W Ulrick, 'Merger Control in the European Union and the United States: Just the Facts' (2010) SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1565026

Oliver Budzinski, ‘An Institutional Analysis of the Enforcement Problems in Merger Control’ (2010) 6(2) European Competition Journal 445

External linkCerasi, Chizzolini and Ivaldi, 'The Impact of Mergers on the Degree of Competition in the Banking Industry' (Nota Di Lavoro, 95.2010)

External linkJulie Clarke, The International Regulation of Transnational Mergers (PHD Thesis, Qld UT, 2010)

External linkMalcolm B Coate and Jeffrey H Fischer, 'Why Markets Matter for Evidence-Based Merger Analysis' (January 2010) Oxera Agenda

External linkJ Farrell and C Shapiro, 'Antitrust Evaluation of Horizontal Mergers: an Economic Alternative to Market Definition' (February 2010)

External linkJamie Henikoff Moffitt, 'Merging in the Shadow of the Law: The Case for Consistent Judicial Efficiency Analysis' (2010) 63 Vand. L. Rev. 1697

Alison Oldale and Jorge Padilla, 'For welfare's sake? Balancing rivalry and efficiencies in horizontal mergers' (2010) 55(4) The Antitrust Bulletin 953

John J Parisi, 'Cooperation Among Competition Authorities in Merger Regulation' (2010) 43 Cornell Int'l LJ 55 55-72

Joseph J Simons and Malcolm B Coate, 'Upward Pressure on Price Analysis: Issues and Implications for Merger Policy' (August 2010) 6(2) European Competition Journal 377

Uphoff, Jonathan N. T. and Gilman, Alexis James, 'Managing Merger Control in the Era of Globalization' Antitrust Magazine, (1 March 2010) Vol. 24, No. 2, p. 79-85


Anurag Bana, 'Mergers & Acquisitions in a Multi-Jurisdictional Regulatory Framework' (Speech at International Conference of Jurists for Judicial Reform, 13 June 2009, London)

Bell, Robert B, 'Voluntary HSR Filings: A Modest Proposal' (2009) 23 Antitrust 69

External linkChoe Chongwoo and Chander Shekhar, Compulsory or Voluntary Pre-Merger Notification? Theory and Some Evidence,
February 2009 (unpublished)

Galloway, Jonathan, 'Convergence in International Merger Control' (2009) 5 Competition Law Review 179

William E Kovacic, 'Assessing the Quality of CompetitionPolicy: The Case of Horizontal Merger Enforcement' (Spring 2009) 5(1) Competition Policy International 129

External linkRobert A Lipstein and Werner Berg, 'Merger Remedies in the US and Europe' in GLG, The International Comparative Legal Guide to Merger Control 2009, Chapter 2

Sophie Papon, ‘Structural v behavioural remedies in merger control: a case to case analysis’ (2009) 30(1) European Competition Law Review 36-48

External linkMyojo, Satoshi and Hiroshi Ohashi, 'Assessing the Consequences of a Horizontal Merger and its Remedies in a Dynamic Environment', Research Paper, CIRJE-F-609, January 2009

Ramsey Shehadeh, Joseph larson and Ilene Knable Gotts, 'The Effect of Financial Distress on Business Investment: Implications for Merger Review' (Spring 2009) Antitrust 12




Aigner, Gisela, Oliver Budzinski and Arndt Christiansen, 'The Analysis of Coordinated Effects in EU Merger Control: Where Do We Stand after Sony/BMG and Impala?' (28 September 2006), Working Paper (28 pages) (SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=933548)

Akbar, Yusaf H and Gabriele GS Suder, 'The New EU Merger Regulation: Implications for EU-US Merger Strategies' (2006) 48 Thunderbird International Business Review 667

Caron Beaton-Wells, 'Mergers without markets? Unilateral effects analyisis in the United States and its prospects in Australia'
(2006) 34 Australian Business Law Review 186 (available at SSRN)

Budzinski, Oliver and Arndt Christiansen, 'Simulating the (Unilateral) Effects of Mergers: Implications of the Oracle/PeopleSoft Case' Working Paper (36 pages) (15 August 2006)

Clarke, Julie, ‘Multi-jurisdictional merger review procedures: a better way’ (2006) 14 Trade Practices Law Journal 90-109

External linkEzrachi, Ariel, 'Merger Control and Cross Border Transactions - A Pragmatic View on Cooperation, Convergence and What's in Between' (Working Paper No CCLP(L) 07, University of Oxford Centre for Competition Law and Policy, 2005) (22 pages)

External linkFackelmann, Christian R Dynamic Efficiency Considerations in EC Merger Control - An Intractable Subject or a Promising Chance for Innovation?, Working Paper 2006

Katri Paas, ‘Non-structural remedies in EU merger control’ (2006) 27(5) European Competition Law Review 209-216

External linkAndreas Strohm, 'Efficiencies in Merger Control: All you Always Wanted to Know and Were Afraid to Ask'


Anwar, Syed Tariq, 'EU's Competition Policy and the GE-Honeywell Merger Fiasco: Transatlantic Divergence and Consumer and Regulatory Issues' (2005) 47 Thunderbird International Business Review 601

Cabral, Luís MB, 'An Equilibrium Approach to International Merger Policy' (2005) 25 International Journal of Industrial Organization 739

Christopher A Whytock, 'A Rational Design Theory of Transgovernmentalism: The Case of EU-US Merger Review Cooperation' (2005) 23 Boston University International Law Journal 1

Joseph A Clougherty and Anming Zhang, 'Export Orientation and Domestic Merger Policy: Theory and Some Empirical Evidence' (2005) 38 Canadian Journal of Economics 778


External linkA Ezrachi, 'The Role of Voluntary Frameworks in Multinational Cooperation over Merger Control' (2004) 36 George Washington International Law Review 433 [abstract at SSRN]

J William Rowley QC and A Neil Campbell, 'Implementation of the International Competition Network's Recommended Practices for Merger Notification Procedures: Final Report' (2004) 5(1) Business Law International 110


Oliver Budzinski, 'Towards an International Governance of Transborder Mergers? - Competition Networks and Institutions between Centralism and Decentralism' (2004) 36(1) NYU Journal of International Law and Politics 1

Luís MB Cabral, 'International Merger Policy Coordination' (2003) 15 Japan and the World Economy 21

Chunlai Chen and Christopher Findlay, 'A Review of Cross-border Mergers and Acquisitions in APEC' (2003) 17 Asian-Pacific Economic Literature 14

John F Clifford, Mark Opashinov and Michael Hollinger, 'Efficiency-dependent Mergers: Lessons from Canada' (2003) 6 Global Competition Review 23

PriceWaterhouseCoopers A tax on mergers? Surveying the time and costs to business of multi-jurisdictional merger reviews A study commissioned by the International Bar Association and teh American Bar Association (June 2003)

J William Rowley QC, 'The Internationalisation of Merger Review: Global Solutions Require Both Words and Actions' (The 2003 Antitrust Conference: Antitrust Issues in Today's Economy, The Waldorf Astoria, New York, 18-19 March 2003)

J William Rowley and A Neil Campbell, 'A Comment on the Estimated Costs of Multi-Jurisdictional Merger Reviews' (September 2003) The Antitrust Source.

External linkSmitherman III, Charles W, 'The Future of Global Competition Governance: Lessons from the Transatlantic' (2003) 19(4) American University International Law Review 769-881

External linkGraeme Woodbridge and Philip L Williams, 'Antitrust Merger Policy: Lessons from the Australian Experience' (Working Paper 9600, NBER Working Paper Series)


Akbar, Yusaf, 'Grabbing Victory from the Jaws of Defeat: Can the GE/Honeywell Merger Facilitate International Antitrust Policy Co-operation?' (2002) 25 World Competition 403

Brown, Jay and Niamh Connery, 'Comparing US and EU Merger Review: Procedures, Principles and Whether Adopting the "Substantial Lessening of Competition" Test in the EU will Produce Greater Harmony after GE/Honeywell' (2002) 1 Antitrust Quarterly 2

External linkMiguel de la Mano - For the customer’s sake: The competitive effects of efficiencies in European merger control, Enterprise Papers No 11, 2002

Notification and Procedures Subgroup of the Mergers Working Group, 'Report on the Costs and Burdens of Multijurisdictional Merger Review' (First Annual Conference, Napoli, Italy, September 28-29, 2002)


Aktas, Nihat, Eric de Bodt, Michel Levasseur and Andre Schmitt, 'The Emerging Role of the European Commission in Merger and Acquisition Monitoring: the Boeing-McDonnell Douglas Case' (2001) 7 European Financial Management 447

William Baer and Ronald C Redcay, 'Solving CompetitionProblems in Merger Control: The Requirements for an Effective Divestiture Remedy (2001) 69 Goerge Washington Law Review 915

Blumenthal, William, 'Reconciling the Debate over Merger Remedies: A Discussant's Proposed Decision Rule' (2001) 69 George Washington Law Review 978

Baer, William J and R C Redcay, 'Solving Competition Problems in Merger Control: The Requirements for an Effective Divestiture Remedy' (2001) 69 George Washington Law Review 915

Ezrachi, Ariel, 'Limitations on the Extraterritorial Reach of the European Merger Regulation' (2001) 22 European Competition Law Review 137

External linkMalcolm MacLaren, 'The GE/Honeywell Merger Case: Reaching the Limits of International Competition Policymaking' (2001) 2(12) German Law Journal 1

McDavid, Janet L, Phillip A Proger, Michael J Reynolds, J William Rowley QC and A Neil Campbell, 'Best Practices for the Review of International Mergers: a discussion draft' (2001) Global Competition Review 27


Black, Bernard S, 'Is This the First International Merger Wave?' (2000) 4(4) The M&A Lawyer 20

Black, Bernard S., 'The First International Merger Wave (and the Fifth and Last U.S. Wave)' (2000) 51 University of Miami Law Review 799

Bian, Lin and DG McFedtridge, 'The Efficiencies Defence in Merger Cases: Implications of Alternative Standards' (2000) 33 Canadian Journal of Economics 297

Corones, Stephen, 'The Treatment of Global Mergers: An Australian Perspective' (2000) 20 Northwestern Journal of International Law and Business 155

External linkInternational Competition Policy Advisory Committee (ICPAC), Final Report to the Attorney General and Assistant Attorney General for Antitrust (2000)
See, in particular, chapters 2-3 relating to merger control.

External linkRowley, J William, Omar K Wakil and A Neil Campbell, Streamlining International Merger Control, EC Merger Control 10th Anniversary Conference, Brussels, Belgium, 14 September 2000


JF Rill and C Wilson, ‘Selected Recommendations for Substantive and Procedural Convergence in the Multi-Jurisdictional Merger Context’ (199) International Antitrust Law and Policy 368.

Rowley, J William and A Neil Campbell, 'Multi-Jurisdictional Merger Review – Is It Time for a Common Form Filing Treaty?' (April 1999)


Banks, J D, 'The Development of the Concept of Extraterritoriality under European Merger Law and its Effectiveness under the Merger Regulation following the Boeing/McDonnell Douglas Decision 1997' [1998] European Competition Law Review 306

Mary Coleman, Christopher Pleatsikas, and David Teece, 'The Merger Guidelines in the United States, Australia and New Zealand: An Economic Perspective' (1998) 6 Trade Practices Law Journal 153

Michael G Cowie, 'The Global Spread of Antitrust Enforcement Directed at Mergers and Acquisitions' (1998) 43 Antitrust Bulletin 917


A Neil Campbell and Jeffrey P Roode, 'International Mergers: The Highest Common Denominator Effect' (August 1997) Global Competition Review


R Gilbert and SC Sunshine, 'Incorporating Dynamic Efficiency Concerns in Merger ANalysis: The Use of Innovation Markets' (1995) 63 Antitrust Law Journal569-601


Jennifer Antognini-O'Neill, 'Conflicts in International Merger Enforcement: The Proposed de Havilland Merger' (1993) 9 Connecticut Journal of International Law 87

Deanna Conn, 'Assessing the Impact of Preferential Trade Agreements and New Rules of Origin on the Extraterritorial Application of Antitrust Law to International Mergers' (1993) 93 Columbia Law Review 119



Elzinga, Kenneth G, 'The Antimerger Law: Pyrrhic Victories?' (1969) 12 Journal of Law and Economics 43


Adams, Walter, 'Dissolution, Divorcement, Divestiture: The Pyrrhic Victories of Antitrust' (1951) 27 Indiana Law Journal 1