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European Networks Law & Regulation Quarterly

NEWS: ENLR will develop into CoRe

Four years ago the ENLR has been launched, taken shape and developed ever since. Responding to the feedback from the market we have decided to broaden ENLR‘s thematic approach and innovate our quarterly accordingly. Therefor Lexxion Publisher is delighted to announce the launch of CoRe - European Competition and Regulatory Law Review in spring 2017. CoRe promises to keep you informed about recent legal and policy developments not only in the field of network industries, the law review’s holistic approach will permit to cover further important sectors as well and provide you a unique comprehensive overview. Robert Klotz will continue to be our distinct managing editor.

For further information about the CoRe, please view our website www.lexxion.eu/core, view the Call for Papers or contact us.

You can order the first issue 1/17 of CoRe for free, please sign up HERE.

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The European Networks Law and Regulation Quarterly (ENLR) is the first pan-European legal journal dedicated to the networks industries. Traditionally organised as State monopolies, most of these sectors have been liberalised either through EU legislation, or upon Member States' own initiatives. The railway, telecommunication, energy, water, and postal sectors have and are still undergoing similar processes of structural transformation. Although they are in different stages of this process, all of these sectors are characterised by similar transitional issues and by comparable levels of interaction between the public and private actors in the management of essential infrastructure and the operation of related services. This as such renders a horizontal and comparative approach most profitable and relevant for all practitioners. The ENLR focuses on competition law, antitrust law and State aid law as well as network regulation. It provides the reader with detailed coverage of all significant legal and policy developments in the network industries across the European Union, in the form of articles, case-law annotations and country reports. Leading authorities from the public and private practice as well as academic experts report, observe, discuss, analyse and criticise legal and policy developments in the EU, its Member States as well as the countries and regions of the world that are engaged in the process of liberalisation.

Publication frequency: quarterly
approx. 80 pages
ISSN 2197-4446

 

 

 





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