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Current and future European regulation of electronic communications: A critical assessment
The current European regulation for electronic communications has been applicable since 2003 and is currently under a review that should lead to new rules applicable by 2010. This paper aims toExpand
Contribution to Growth: European Digital Single Market: Delivering improved rights for European citizens and businesses
This study reviews all the rules adopted during the 8th Parliamentary legislature (2014-2019) to strengthen the Digital Single Market. On that basis, the report analyses the rights and obligations asExpand
Excessive Pricing in Competition Law: Never say Never ?
In an article written for the European Competition Law Conference in 2003,1 we discussed the treatment of excessive pricing in the European Union, commented upon the case-law, and indicated whichExpand
The Relationship between Competition Law and Sector Specific Regulation: The case of electronic communications
This paper studies the convergence and the remaining divergences of European competition and sector regulation in the electronic communications sector. It shows that (1) antitrust authorities areExpand
The Evolution of the EU Economic Governance Since the Treaty of Maastricht: An Unfinished Task
This paper reviews the evolution of the Economic and Monetary Union from its inception in 1992 with the Treaty of Maastricht to the most recent reforms adopted in 2013 to respond to the eurocrisis.Expand
Exploitative and Exclusionary Excessive Prices in EU Law
Article 82 of the EC Treaty provides for a condemnation of excessive prices. However, the general concept of ‘excessive price’ may cover two very different realities. An excessive price may be anExpand
The Integration of Competition Law Principles in the New European Regulatory Framework for Electronic Communications
A new regulatory framework for electronic communications (fixed and mobile telephony, Internet, cable TV…) is due to be applicable in the Member States of the European Union in July 2003. One of theExpand
The Antitrust Activism of the European Commission in the Telecommunications Sector
This paper analyses the role of the European Commission in taking cases of abuse of dominance in the telecommunications sector since its liberalisation in 1998. The argument is that the CommissionExpand