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Journal Series of the Europa-Kolleg Hamburg on Integration Research
In the journal series the results of research projects, dissertations and articles from Symposia are published. The series contains the following volumes:
The Discussion Papers are designed to make results of research activities pursued at the Institute for European Integration accessible for the public. The views expressed in these papers are those of the authors only and do not necessarily reflect positions shared by the Institute for European Integration. Please address any comments that you may want to make directly to the author.
Under this section you will find publications (most of them available online) from authors of the Institute for European Integration, from 2007 onwards.
European Competition Policy
Conference: FOTAR2020 – The Transatlantic Security Partnership in Turbulent Times – register now!
Competition and the Public Interest in the Digital Market for Information
EU integration and the introduction of State aid control in Serbia – institutional challenges and reform prospects
The passing-on of price overcharges in European competition damages actions: a matter of causation and an issue of policy
The EU Origin of the Albanian Legal Regime on Product Liability
The „Consumer Choice“ Paradigm in German Ordoliberalism and its Impact upon EU Competition Law
The Test for Legality under EU Competition Rules? What Guidance do the Commission’s Guidelines provide?
The European Commission’s discretion as to the adoption of Article 9 commitment decisions: Lessons from Alrosa