Twelve AAI Board Members and One AAI Research Fellow Nominated for Institute of Competition Law’s Antitrust Writing Awards

Mar 14 2012

The following publications by AAI Advisory Board members and AAI staff have been nominated for Institute of Competition Law’s Antitrust Writing Awards. To vote, go to

Category: Academic Articles/General Antitrust
A Tort-Based Causation Framework for Antitrust Analysis
Michael A. Carrier, Forthcoming, Antitrust Law Journal

Antitrust and Social Networking
Spencer Weber Waller, North Carolina Law Review, 2012

In Search of a competition law fit for developing countries
Eleanor M. Fox, NYU Law and Economics Research Paper No. 11-04

Reconsidering Antitrust’s goals
Maurice E. Stucke, Boston College Law Review; Forthcoming University of Tennessee Legal Studies Research Paper No. 163

Search Neutrality as an antitrust principle
Daniel A. Crane, Univ. of Michigan Law & Econ, Empirical Legal Studies Center Paper No. 11-016; Univ. of Michigan Public Law Working Paper No. 256

The Case for Rebalancing Antitrust and Regulation
Howard A. Shelanski, 109 Mich. L. Rev. 683-732 (2011)

The Impact of the Lisbon Treaty on EU Competition Law: A Review of Recent Case Law of the EU Courts
Ben Van Rompuy (AAI Research Fellow), CPI Antitrust Chronicle, December 2011 (1)

Business Economics - Markets and Competition Working Paper No. 2011-0124
Trade secrets and antitrust law
Harry First, in Rochelle C. Dreyfuss, Katherine J. Strandburg, eds., Edward Elgar Publishing, 2011; NYU Law and Economics Research Paper No. 11-06

Category: Academic Articles/Anticompetitive Practices
Has the European Commission become more severe in punishing cartels? Effects of the 2006 Guidelines
John M. Connor, European Competition Law Review, Volume 32, Issue 1, 2011, 27

Category: Academic Articles/Mergers
Behavioral Merger Remedies: Evaluation and Implications for Antitrust Enforcement
John E. Kwoka, Jr., Diana L. Moss, AAI White Paper Series, November 03, 2011

Comcast/NBCU: The FCC Provides a Roadmap for Vertical Merger Analysis
Jonathan B. Baker, Antitrust Magazine, Vol. 25, No. 2, Spring 2011

The next step in the development of ex post evaluation of merger review procedures: Defining the state of the art with staged options for implementation
Andrew Gavil, Concurrences, N° 4-2011, n°39446