- Title Pages
- <i>Preface to the Paperback Edition</i>
- <i>Table of Abbreviations</i>
- I Introduction
- II Freedom, Law, and Competition: The Nineteenth Century as Prelude
- III Fin-de-Siècle Austria: Conceiving Competition Law
- IV Germany before the First World War: Fashioning the Discourse
- V The Interwar Period: Competition Law takes Root
- VI The Postwar Decades: Competition Law and Administrative Policy
- VII Ordoliberalism: A New Intellectual Framework for Competition Law
- VIII Competition Law and Germany’s Social Market Economy
- IX Competition Law and European Integration: The Competition Law of the European Union
- X 1986 and After: Competition Law, the Member States, and the European Union
- XI Law, Regulation, and Competition: Europe and the Market
- Law and Competition in Twentieth-Century Europe
- Oxford University Press
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