Philip MARSDEN

Deputy Chairman, Competition and Markets Authority
Board member, Channel Islands Competition and Regulatory Authorities
Founder and Editor, European Competition Journal, Oxford

Recent publications

  • "The Emperor's Clothes Laid Bare: Commitments Creating the Appearance of Law, While Denying Access to Law", CPI Antitrust Chronicle October 2013 (1)
  • P.Marsden, 'Jaw-jaw not law law: from treaties to meetings: the increasing informality and effectiveness of international antitrust cooperation', chapter in Ezrachi (ed), International Research Handbook on Competition Law, (Elgar, 2012)
  • "Competition Law and Policy in Egypt"' (OECD: Paris, 2011)
  • Models of Enforcement in Europe for Relations in the Food Supply Chain (with J. Stefanelli)
  • External Review of IDRC Pre-ICN Forums on Competition and Development, 2006-2011 (with R. Wilson-Grau)
  • Online Search: "Antitrust" Competition Law Insight 26 July 2011, p. 17
  • 'Acta Non Verba: Keep 'Talking Shop', Don't Become Another Talking Shop', essay in The International Competition Network at Ten, ed. P. Lugard (Cambridge: Intersentia, 2011)
  • Guidance on abuse in Europe: The continued concern for rivalry and a competitive structure, Antitrust Bulletin 55/4 (2010) 707 (with L. Gormsen)
  • The Role of Competition and State Aid Policy in Financial and Monetary Law, Journal of International Economic Law 2010 13: 875-892 (with I. Kokkoris)
  • Antitrust Marathon IV: With Authority European Competition Journal, Vol. 6, No. 1, April 2010 (with SW Waller)
  • 'Selective Distribution in the Age of Online Retail', (2010) European Competition Law Review, with P. Whelan
  • 'The Curious Incident of Positive Comity - The Dog that Didn't Bark', chapter in Regulation and Competition in the Global Economy: Cooperation, Comity and Competition Policy, (Oxford: OUP, 2010)
  • 'Exclusionary Abuses and Competition on the Merits', chapter in The Reform of Competition Law: New Challenges, (Kluwer Law International, 2010)
  • 'Monopolization: What is Behind the Trans-Atlantic Divide?', chapter in Challenges in the Enforcement of Article 82, (Oxford: OUP, 2010)