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Welcome to Oxford Competition Law

Oxford Competition Law (OCL) is the only fully integrated service to combine recognised market-leading commentaries with rigorous, selective National case reports and analysis from EU member states. OCL provides a suite of fully interlinked competition analysis, peer reviewed case reports and source materials - the ideal resource for assisting with case preparation.

This service includes enhanced online versions of Oxford University Press' key commentaries in EU competition law: Bellamy & Child: European Union Law of Competition, Faull & Nikpay on The EU Law of Competition, and Whish & Bailey's Competition Law.

Competition Law in Developing Countries

Thomas K. Cheng | 14th August 2020

Competition Law in Developing Countries brings together perspectives of development economics and law to tackle the relationship between competition law enforcement and economic development. It addresses the question of whether and how competition law enforcement helps to promote economic growth and development. This question is highly pertinent for developing countries for two reasons. 

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Brexit and Competition Law: A Changing Landscape

Matthew Levitt and Dina Jubrail | 16th July 2020

Brexit presents a balance of challenge and opportunity for competition law practice and enforcement. The role of competition law will inevitably play a key part in the ongoing trade negotiations between the EU and the UK.

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Site News

August 14, 2020

New Homepage Article

'Competition Law in Developing Countries' by Thomas K. Cheng.

July 16, 2020

New Homepage Article

'Brexit and Competition Law: A Changing Landscape' by Matthew Levitt and Dina Jubrail.

July 3, 2020

Competition Law in Developing Countries

Competition Law in Developing Countries now available.

June 23, 2020

New Homepage Article

'BritNed v ABB - The rise and fall of cost-based cartel damages' by Cento Velanovski, author of Cartel Damages.