The origin and evolution of the competition law in Europe (legal theoretical analysis)

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This article describes the author's approach to the analysis of prerequisites for the origin of antitrust law and its development and evolution in the European Union, which was influenced by the American doctrine of antitrust law and obtained a modified development in the German national legal system. It’s analyzed the Keynesian & neoliberal doctrines in comparison, and also explores the leading role in the development of ordoliberalizm in competition law of the European Union.

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K V Smirnova

Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University

Institute of International Relations


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