Mercato Concorrenza Regole was launched in 1999 with the aim of studying and debating the criteria, limits and effectiveness of various forms of public intervention in markets. Serving as a vehicle for reflections on the economic analysis of the law, MCR devotes particular attention to issues of competition policy and regulation – prominent terrain for debate on the role of the State in the economy. The journal aspires to advance the integration of economic and legal perspectives in the analysis of such issues, and to provide a forum in which theoretical contributions as well as reflections on reframing political-institutional arrangements and shaping policy action can all intersect and interact. Mercato Concorrenza Regole provides rigorous and expert analysis; but it does so in an accessible language thus promoting a widespread culture, in Italy, of competition and of an open market economy. With its probing inquiry and high quality analysis, the journal is a valuable source of reference for the careful study of economic activities.
Editorial board Giuliano Amato (direttore scientifico), Anna Argentati, Maria Barela, Andrea Boitani, Bernardo Bortolotti, Ginevra Bruzzone, Fabrizio Cafaggi, Carlo Cambini, Cecilia Carli, Giuseppe Colangelo, Luciano Di Via, Jonathan Faull, John Fingleton, Sandro Frova, Andrea Giannaccari, Virginia Giglio, Alfredo Macchiati, Mel Marquis, Maria Lillà Montagnani, Renato Nazzini, Antonio Nicita, Marco Onado, Cristoforo Osti, Roberto Pardolesi, Michele Polo, Pierluigi Sabbatini, Carlo Scarpa, Domenico Siniscalco, Francesco Vella Scientific board Sabino Cassese, Renzo Costi, Francesco Denozza, Guido Ferrarini, Francesco Giavazzi, Gian Maria Gros-Pietro, Piergaetano Marchetti, Ugo Mattei, Antonio Pedone, Alessandro Petretto, Diego Piacentino, Pippo Ranci, Carlo Scognamiglio, Mario Siragusa, Angelo Tantazzi, Giuseppe Tesauro, Tommaso Valletti.
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