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Merging Antitrust and Regulation into State Aid? – Crisis Lessons in Competition Law Coherence

Thomas Jaeger


EStAL 3|2010 Editorial 577 Looking at politicians and stakeholders in Europe and internationally, one may wonder whether there is any common ground as to lessons to be learned from the persisting financial and economic crisis: Now that the initial shock is over, transnational regulatory norms come about slowly and half-heartedly. The lack of coherent regulatory action for the sector translates to a problem also in competition policy, for which Commissioner Almunia recent


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