Visiting lecture of Prof. Eleanor Fox, New York University
We are honored to invite you to the lecture “Markets, Competition Law and Democracy” by Professor Eleanor Fox, New York University.
Profesor Fox is a renown expert in antitrust and competition policy (see). She devoted a great part of her scientific and advisory work to the development of competition law in transition countries.
During the lecture Professor Fox will analyze the relationship between an open-market economy, democracy and competition protection.
The lecture will take place on 8 January 2019 (Tuesday) at 10.00 in the Auditorium B at the Faculty of Management, University of Warsaw (Szturmowa Street 1/3, Warsaw).
Open Doctoral Seminar of Mr. Tomasz Walczak
We cordially invite you. December 13, 2018, at 16.00 at: Open Doctoral Seminar of Mr. Tomasz Walczak, former employee of UOKiK, PhD student at AMU, under the supervision of prof. Wojciech Piątek (AMU) and Dr. Mateusz Chołodecki (AMU) prepared the works on "Proceedings in cases related to the protection of collective consumer interests as a special model of administrative proceedings" .
The seminar will be held on December 13, 2018 from 16.00 - 19.00, room B105 at the Faculty of Management of the University of Warsaw, ul. Szturmowa 1/3 in Warsaw.
Good results of the YARS and iKAR evaluation in the ICI Journals Master List 2017 process
We are pleased to announce that both our journals (YARS and iKAR) have successfully passed the ICI Journals Master List 2017 evaluation process, which resulted in the ICV (Index Copernicus Value) award.
Yearbook of Antitrust and Regulatory Studies obtained ICV 2017: 94.17, which is a sign of an upward trend (from 60.51 in 2016) and gives it the 7th place among all journals indexed in ICV.
the online Antimonopoly and Regulatory Quarterly obtained ICV 2017: 61.96, which is also a sign of an upward trend (from 59.69 in 2016) and gives it 28th place among all Polish-language legal journals indexed in ICV.
Congratulations to everyone who contributed to the high rating of our periodicals. We encourage you to read our periodicals regularly and use them in your research and practice.
The Commentary on the Postal Law has been published
C.H Beck has published a commentary on the Postal Law, edited by M. Chołodecki, A. Piszcz and T. Skoczny (Series: Beck's Comments, Warsaw 2018, pp. 1136). This is the first comprehensive commentary on the Postal Law in history. The authors pay particular attention to the principles of operation of the postal market, i.e. its opening to competition and liberalization both in theoretical and practical terms, taking into account the past experience of the postal market under the new regulations. Many of the issues elaborated in the commentary have never been discussed in Polish doctrine. This is yet another publication on the postal market prepared by CARS. The Postal Market Laboratory is currently the leading research center for this market in Poland.
iKAR No. 6/2018 has just been published
It is our pleasure to inform you that iKAR No. 6/2018 has just been published. Its editor is Dr. Hab. Monika Namysłowska (University of Łódź). The texts in the volume are related to the current problems of consumer law. Please feel free to have a look here
Call for Papers - Rule of Law Challenges in Economic Law
Together with Hungarian Academy of Sciences CARS organizes on 10 Jan 2019 in Budapest a conference Rule of Law Challenges in the EU: Implications for Economic Law. Please familiarize yourself with the attached program and consider submitting a paper proposal. See more here
iKAR No. 5/2018 has just been published
It is our pleasure to inform you that iKAR No. 5/2018 has just been published. Its editors are Dr. Marzena Czarnecka (University of Economics in Katowice) and Marcin Kraśniewski (University of Łódź). The texts in the volume are related to sector-specific regulation of energy market. Please feel free to have a look here
Conference "Judicial Deference in Competition Law"
CARS is organising the conference on Judicial Deference in Competition Law. It aims to discuss the optimal level of the intensity of judicial review in an area of law that requires expert knowledge and involves policy questions, namely competition law. Speakers will include Paul Craig, Heike Schweitzer, Rob Widdershoven, Ioannis Lianos, Spencer Waller. For more details including registration see the attachement.
The New Berlin Airport (BBI): Too late, too expensive and too small! A case study on the politics of airport construction.