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Economic and Econometric Evidence in Competition Law: An Empirical Perspective
The research will briefly describe the main aspects of the most commonly used types of economic evidence in competition law and regulatory analysis and will quantify their use in competition law decisions. The research will analyze the different forms economic evidence may take in competition law proceedings and will codify the different tools as these are listed in the economic literature with the aim to establish a taxonomy of economic evidence, according to a number of relevant factors. The aim is to explore the relative weight of economic evidence in the decision-making process. For more information visit the research project website.
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