The author has a delightful writing style, all the time making clear why he comes at the problems from a historical perspective. Barry Keating, University of Notre Dame The extensive coverage of both regulation and 10 topics in one book is rare. One always needs to supplement when teaching one or the other. This book fills that need. Paroma Sanyal, Brandeis University This is a very good text. It reads well and, importantly, it has the distinctive quality of providing a substantial amount of institutional and empirical material. This is invaluable in conveying to the reader the relevance of economic analysis. R. Rothschild, Lancaster University The book is up-to-date, it addresses issues that are important in the economy of the 21st century, and it does this integrating historial points, formal models and practical examples. A good all-round 10 book. Laszlo A. Koczy, Obuda University, Budapest
This eagerly anticipated text from one of the worlds' leading academics in this field takes a truly international approach to this fascinating subject, providing a balanced approach to both EU competition policy and US antitrust. The structure of the text allows flexibility for the teacher, so that they can teach from either a US, European approach or incorporate both. The text also includes contemporary topics not found in other texts of this kind such as Contestable Markets and Experimental Economics. To help instructors teach from this text, an Instructors Manual, PowerPoint Slides, and a Multiple-Choice Test bank are available to instructors from the supporting Online Resource Centre.