CoRe Journal

About the CoRe Journal

 


European Competition and Regulatory Law Review – CoRe

Publication frequency: quarterly
1st issue: Spring 2017
approx. 80 pages
www.lexxion.eu/core
Annual subscription print + online: € 471,00 (excl. VAT)

 

 

 

The European Competition and Regulatory Law Review (CoRe) was launched in 2017 by Lexxion Publisher and reports on key legislative developments in the EU and its Member States. The quarterly analyses important judgments that shape the field of EU competition and regulatory law, in particular those by the European Courts, international courts and tribunals, and higher national courts. Visit the journal’s website: www.lexxion.eu/core.

Aims & Scope

The European Competition and Regulatory Law Review (CoRe)  provides  a practical and intellectual forum to discuss, comment and review all issues raised by the development and implementation of the law and policy governing the area of general and sector-specific competition law in the EU Member States.

Topics covered by the journal include:

  • major ongoing antitrust matters and procedural trends;
  • EU and national antitrust enforcement in network industries;
  • consultation of procedural and jurisdictional aspects of EU merger control;
  • tax ruling investigations;
  • digital single market strategy and competitions rules;
  • Directive 2017/104/EU on antitrust damages actions.

All articles are subject to double blind peer-review before acceptance for publication.

CoRe’s Target Audience

The quarterly addresses everyone who is concerned with competition and regulatory law issues such as academics (in the field of law, political science, social sciences, economics and other relevant research fields), legal practitioners in national and international law firms, in-house lawyers, government officials working in EU public administration, judges and legal experts in domestic, European and international courts, consultancies, and business people in the EU and beyond.

CoRe’s Structure

Each issue of CoRe is a balanced mixture of original research articles, first-hand country or thematic policy reports, timely case annotations on important CJEU/GC rulings and other international/national court judgments, as well as book reviews.

 

Managing Editors

Robert Klotz, Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton

Ben Van Rompuy, Leiden University/Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB)

 

Case Law Editors

Dimitris Vallindas, Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton, Brussels
Silvia Pronk, Bird & Bird LLP, Brussels

 

Book Reviews Editor

Andriani Kalintiri, London School of Economics and Political Science

 

Editorial Board

Carl Baudenbacher, EFTA Court

Dirk Buschle, Energy Community Secretariat / College of Europe

Adina Claici, Copenhagen Economics, Brussels / College of Europe

Wouter Devroe, KU Leuven / Maastricht University / Allen & Overy

Marcel Haag, European Commission, Secretariat General

Leigh Hancher, University of Tilburg / Allen & Overy

Alison Jones, King’s College London

Christian Koenig, University of Bonn

Heike Schweitzer, Free University of Berlin

András Tóth, Hungarian Competition Authority

Bernhard von Wendland, European Commission, DG Competition

 

Country Correspondents

Austria: Heinrich Kühnert, Dorda Brugger Jordis, Vienna
Belgium: Jeroen Dewispelaere, De Bandt, Brussels
Bulgaria: Mariya Papazova, Sabev & Partners Law Firm, Sofia
Czech Republic: Michal Petr, Palacky University, Olomouc
Finland: Satu-Anneli Kauranen, Merilampi Attorneys Ltd, Helsinki
France: Jean-Maxime Blutel, Mayer Brown, Paris
Germany: Carsten König, University of Cologne, Cologne
Greece: Ira Valsamaki, Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton, Brussels
Hungary: Márton Horanyi, Baker & McKenzie, Budapest
Ireland: Alan McCarthy, A&L Goodbody, Dublin
Italy: Andrea Mezzetti, Baker & McKenzie, Rome
Lithuania: Justinas Šileika, Cobalt, Vilnius
Poland: Aleksander Stawicky, Wierciński, Kwieciński, Baehr, Warsaw
Portugal: Miguel Sousa Ferro, University of Lisbon Law School
Slovenia: Tine Mišic, ODI LLP, Ljubljana
Spain: Jerónimo Maillo González-Orús, CEU San Pablo University, Madrid
Switzerland: Philipp Zurkinden, Prager Dreifuss, Bern
United Kingdom: Kiran Desai, EY Law (HVG), Brussels