Strathclyde Centre for Antitrust Law and Empirical StudyLatest Outcomes from our Work

We wish to share our research findings in a variety of ways to reach out to different audiences. We publish academic books and articles, but also try to make our research available in a shorter and more accessible way for stakeholders (policy-makers, practitioners, etc) through shorter publications. We welcome comments and suggestions from colleagues and stakeholders.

Recent publications include:-


A panacea for competition law damages actions in the EU? A comparative view of the implementation of the EU Antitrust Damages Directive in sixteen Member States; Rodger, B. J., Sousa Ferro, M. & Marcos, F.,:2019  Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law.

Application of the  EU and Domestic ‘Antitrust’ Prohibitions, Domestic and EU: An Analysis of the UK Competition Authority’s Enforcement Practice; 2019 Journal of Antitrust Enforcement.

Transposition of the antitrust damages directive: critical observations; Rodger, B., Sousa Ferro, M. & Marcos, F., In : CPI Antitrust Chronicle. 2, 1, 6 p.

Marcos, F., Rodger, B. & Sousa Ferro, M., 25 Aug 2018, (Unpublished) Rochester, NY.: SSRN, 42 p.

Promotion and Harmonization of Antitrust Damages Claims by Directive EU/2014/104?

Rodger, B. (ed.), Sousa Ferro, M. (ed.) & Marcos, F. (ed.), 20 Dec 2018, Oxford: Oxford University Press. 544 p,

The EU Antitrust Damages Directive: Transposition in the Member States

Convergence and divergence within the EU's supranational competition law framework: norms, enforcement rules and prioritisation in the United Kingdom and Ireland, Rodger, B. J. & Lucey,  M.C. in The Regionalisation of Competition Law and Policy within the ASEAN Economic Community,.Ong, B. (ed.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, p. 236-270 35

2017 10(3) Global Competition Litigation Review 128-144

Competition law private enforcement in the UK courts: case-law developments 2013-2016


Oles Andriychuk '(Why) Did EU Net Neutrality Rules Overshoot the Mark? Internet, Disruptive Innovation and EU Competition Law & Policy', Yearbook of Antitrust and Regulatory Studies, Vol. 11, No. 2, 2018, pp. 227—239.

Oles Andriychuk, 'The Normative Foundations of European Competition Law Assessing the Goals of Antitrust through the Lens of Legal Philosophy', Edward Elgar, 2017, 360pp


Wang, J., ‘A Maze of Contradictions: Chinese Law and Policy in the Development Process of Privately Owned Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises in China’ (2017) 3 Michigan State International Law Review 491-554 

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