The Competition Forum (TCF) is a student-run and reviewed blog focusing on Competition and Antitrust Laws.
The Competition and Antitrust jurisprudence are under development in India, thus is in need of minds and voices that can
direct the development of this nascent field of law in the right direction. TCF is the first Indian blog which solely focuses on Competition and Antitrust laws, with an objective to develop the requisite intellect and minds necessary for the development of this realm.
The blog was founded by the students of the National Law University, Odisha (India) in the year 2019. The focus of the founders is to create a platform that offers quality research and constructive suggestions for improving the existing literature that can cater to the requirements of this dynamic business age.
About the Blog
They are now accepting submissions from academicians, students, and professionals. The deadline for the submissions shall be 30th September 2019.
Changing dynamics of Competition Law in India
Revamping of Competition Law – Global perspective
Recent anti-competitive practices in pharmaceuticals, automobile, sporting, real estate etc. industries, and the various Competition Forum’s take on them
E-commerce and Related Privacy Issues – Leading to Anti-competitive practices
Consumer welfare as the shared goal of antitrust laws and consumer protection laws
Leniency clause in India and associated challenges in the future
Competition policy in India – Chicago/Harvard conflict
The topics mentioned above are not exhaustive, we are open to any topic which revolves around “Competition/Antitrust Laws”.
Word Limit: 1000-1500
Submissions can be in the form of articles, opinions, case comments and short notes on the aforementioned topics.
Word limits are indicative only. Authors are invited to stay within them to enhance the effectiveness of their posts.
Submission and Application Details
All submissions must be sent in an MS Word document to thecompetitionforum15[at]gmail.com.
Contributors should include their full name and affiliation, a link to their online profile page, if available, and a suggested title for their blog post, in their covering email. They are also encouraged to suggest the relevant keywords for their post.
TCF conducts a strict editorial review of submissions received and holds absolute discretion in determining whether to accept a submission or not.
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