YARS 2021 vol. 14(23) published
We are happy to inform that the newest issue of YARS 2021 vol. 14(23), edited by Jurgita Malinauskaite from Brunel University, has just been published. The issue focuses in particular on the interface between competition law and sectoral regulation with sustainability.
Call for Papers: YARS vol. 2022 15(25) i 15(26)
We kindly invite you to submit research and critical papers that refer to law and economics of competition and sector-specific regulation for two volumes of the Yearbook of Antitrust and Regulatory Studies (YARS) to be issued in 2022.
YARS vol. 2022 15(25) will focus on recent trends in antitrust law, state aid law and sector-specific regulations. These trends may result from various aspects, such as the state of emergency dictated by the pandemic, sustainability goals, the crisis of the rule of law, the complexities competition law enforcement is facing, the evolution of specific markets, etcetera. The volume is co-edited by Maciej Bernatt and Kamil Dobosz. The deadline for submissions is 15 April 2022.
YARS vol. 2022 15(26), entitled “The Way Forward for Digital Europe: Antitrust vs. Regulation”, will focus on the interface between competition law and sector regulation in Europe. It will also seek to address the influence of national competition authorities on the development of EU competition policy, in light of recently adopted crucial decisions at national level which may have a major impact on competition law enforcement at the EU level. The volume is co-edited by Amedeo Arena and Laura Zoboli. The deadline for submissions is 15 June 2022.
Cooperation with IBCI
Call for Junior Editors of YARS
The Yearbook of Antitrust and Regulatory Studies is seeking applications for Junior Editors. Junior Editors will support the Editorial Team in ensuring the publications meet the standards of the Yearbook. Joining the YARS Editorial Team as a Junior Editor is a great opportunity for PhD candidates and postgraduate competition law and regulation students, interested in ongoing academic discourse and seeking academic publishing experience. In order to apply please send you cover letter and CV to
iKAR, vol. 2021, 3(10) published
It is our pleasure to inform that iKAR vol. 2021, 3(10) is published : https://ikar.wz.uw.edu.pl/
Number 3 (10) / 2021, devoted to non-economic aspects, aims and values impacting the enforcement and creation of competition law and policy, was edited by dr Kamil Dobosz from Kraków University of Economics.
Call for Papers - Conference ‘EU Competition Law Enforcement: Challenges to Be Overcome’
The Centre for Antitrust and Regulatory Studies (CARS) of the Faculty of Management of the University of Warsaw invites contributions to the conference ‘EU Competition Law Enforcement: Challenges to Be Overcome’ which will be held in Warsaw (Poland) on 27 May 2022. The conference is organised jointly with Bocconi University in the framework of the Jean Monnet Network of Enforcement of EU Law (EULEN).
WEBINARIUM ASCOLA SEE & CE - POLICY REPORT: PRIORITY SETTING IN EU AND NATIONAL COMPETITION LAW ENFORCEMENT - FOCUS ON EASTERN EUROPE
ASCOLA SEE & CE zaprasza na webinarium pt. "POLICY REPORT: PRIORITY SETTING IN EU AND NATIONAL COMPETITION LAW ENFORCEMENT - FOCUS ON EASTERN EUROPE", które odbędzie się we wtorek, 30 listopada 2021 r. o godz. 13:00-14:00 (CET).
ASCOLA SEE & CE WEBINAR - POLICY REPORT: PRIORITY SETTING IN EU AND NATIONAL COMPETITION LAW ENFORCEMENT - FOCUS ON EASTERN EUROPE
ASCOLA SEE & CE invites to join a webinar entitled POLICY REPORT: PRIORITY SETTING IN EU AND NATIONAL COMPETITION LAW ENFORCEMENT - FOCUS ON EASTERN EUROPE on Tuesday, November 30, 2021, 13:00-14:00 pm (CET).
WEBINAR – “COMPETITION LAW and SUSTAINABILITY: EASTERN AND CENTRAL EUROPE”
3rd December 16:00-17:00 CET (15.00-16.00 GMT)
‘Competition law and Sustainability’ is an emerging topic raising various conceptual and practical challenges, which will be addressed by the Panel with a specific focus being placed on the Central and Eastern European countries. The webinar is based on the Yearbook of Antitrust and Regulatory Studies (YARS, https://yars.wz.uw.edu.pl/) special issue vol 14(23) 2021 in the fields of competition law and sectoral regulation in the context of sustainability debates.
Invitation to the scientific conference entitled "Energy sector challenges in the era of energy transformation and the COVID - 19 pandemic"
The CARS Climate and Energy Laboratory is pleased to invite all speakers to the scientific conference entitled Energy sector challenges in the era of energy transformation and the COVID - 19 pandemic. The conference will be held on-line (MS Teams) on December 6-7, 2021 in English. Applications for the conference along with the topic of the speech should be sent to
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