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Green Antitrust: Friendly Fire in the Fight against Climate Change

By Maarten Pieter Schinkel & Leonard Treuren (University of Amsterdam) The green antitrust movement aims to increase sustainability efforts by relaxing competition. Yet the economic...
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ACM Draws Up Rules Of Thumb For Sustainability Claims

The Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Markets (ACM) has drawn up rules of thumb for sustainability claims that businesses use when selling their products...

Sustainability as a Quality Dimension of Competition: Protecting Our Future (Selves)

It is considered by many that sustainability considerations should not be taken into account by competition authorities when analyzing the effects of a conduct...

EU Competition Law & the Green Deal: The Consistency Road

The EU roadmap for making the economy sustainable by reducing greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2050 and by at least 50 percent...

Antitrust, Sustainability, and Living Wages/Living Incomes

Some of the biggest challenges the world faces require companies to work together, e.g. the provision of living wages. This cooperation sometimes requires discussion...

The Difficulty of Conversations About Sustainability and European Competition Law

Starting off with an imaginary, but reality-grounded conversation between two fairly reasonable competition law persons – obviously with opposing views for it to be...