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date: 21 October 2019

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This article examines key aspects of competition-law scholarship in the United States and Europe. It first reviews EU and US competition-law scholarship separately. For each system, it looks at the context and dimensions of scholarship, then at debates and issues regarding goals and methods, and finally at conflicts and controversies in specific substantive areas. It concludes by looking at how globalization may, and perhaps should, influence the future development of competition-law scholarship.

Keywords: competition law, legal scholarship, US competition law, EU competition law, globalization

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