Antitrust World Reports by Professor Keith N. Hylton
| AntitrustWorldWiki.com is a collaborative database covering antitrust laws around the world. Its purpose is to provide information on the key provisions of antitrust laws in a manner that enables users of this wiki to compare antitrust enforcement regimes around the world. We will expand the site to include new information and to enable users to post comments and observations.
Keith N. Hylton, a professor of law at Boston University, has published numerous articles in American law journals and peer-reviewed law and economics journals. His antitrust textbook, Antitrust Law: Economic Theory and Common Law Evolution, was published by Cambridge University Press in 2003. View full faculty profile.
In addition to their own research, the authors have relied on translations and additional research by Boston University graduate and law students, especially Dena Milligan and Andrea Tkacikova.
Suggested Citation Format
[Signal] Keith N. Hylton et al., [article/page/report name], Antitrust World Reports, available at [URL location] [(optional other parenthetical)] (as of [date], [time] GMT).
- Keith N. Hylton et al., Antitrust World Reports, available at http://antitrustworldwiki.com (as of October 10, 2007, 05:30 PM GMT).
- Keith N. Hylton et al., Country Report: Romania (December 10, 2003), Antitrust World Reports, available at http://antitrustworldwiki.com/antitrustwiki/index.php/Romania_%28December_10%2C_2003%29 (noting Romania's ban on tying) (as of October 10, 2007, 05:30 PM GMT).
Notice on Accuracy of Data
AntitrustWorldWiki.com is a unique research tool. It is designed not for formal publication, but as a means to methodically draw-out factual information regarding the ever-changing body of international competition law. The authors assert only that the data on these pages is accurate to the best of their knowledge. The authors readily welcome and encourage any outside expertise on a particular jurisdiction's formal law or the extent of its enforcement.
The authors thank Boston University School of Law and Microsoft Corporation for research support.
The following data represents a comprehensive survey of current antitrust regimes throughout the world. The original texts of individual statutes in each country were examined for the presence of various elements. Each included country receives an individual report here that indicates the presence or absence of these various elements in the country’s statutes. The presence of an element is accompanied by a short explanation and/or citation to the applicable statute. The elements themselves are defined here. Some definitions are broad and could be divided into subcategories, in these cases, detailed comments are provided. Each report also includes a numerical score for comparison across countries and regions, or for empirical analysis.
| Europe: Non-European Union
| Middle East and Northern Africa