Canadian Competition Law Review

The leading publication for Canadian competition law and economics, the Canadian Competition Law Review is a peer-edited review published twice annually by the CBA Competition Law and Foreign Investment Review Section.

Formerly the Canadian Competition Record, the Canadian Competition Law Review is available free in a searchable online format

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The latest publication of the CCLR is the Fall 2022 edition, Volume 35, Number 2. This edition contains the following: 

  • The Competition Bureau’s Rejection of Efficiency as the Key Criterion in Competition Policy: A Critique by Edward Iacobucci (p. 1) 
  • When Should We Look Out For The Little Guy? An Examination of the Inconsistencies in Antitrust Enforcement of Monopsony Power in Canada and the United States by Susan M. Hutton, Naime Isaj, Laura Rowe and D. Daniel Sokol (p. 32)

2022 James H. Bocking Memorial Award Winner

  • Algorithmic Collusion: From Smokeroom to Code Lines? How Collusion Can Evolve & Are We Prepared by Laura Hamdan (p. 54)