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International & Comparative Competition Law Research: Books


To find an item in Loyola's collection that is not listed at right, please use Loyola's online catalog.  Some suggested Library of Congress Subject Headings for titles on international and comparative antitrust are: 

Antitrust Law--European Union Countries

Antitrust Law--Latin America

Antitrust Law (International)

Competition--European Union Countries

Competition, International

Conflict of Laws--Antitrust Law


To locate books in libraries outside the Loyola University Chicago system, use the WorldCat database. Loyola Chicago Law School patrons should use ILLiad to request materials from non-Loyola libraries. Please ask a reference librarian for assistance with ILLiad.


ICC Antitrust Compliance Toolkit

Published by the International Chamber of Commerce's Task Force on Antitrust Compliance and Advocacy in 2013, the Toolkit "seeks to complement materials produced by antitrust agencies and other sources of guidance, by focusing on practical steps companies can take internally to embed a successful compliance culture."

Foreign Language/English Law Dictionaries

Foreign language/English legal dictionaries are located in the 3rd Floor Reference Section in the K52 range in the Law Library. Some foreign language/English commercial dictionaries are available in the Lewis Library on the 6th floor of the Philip H. Corboy Law Center. 


Location - Law Main Stacks unless otherwise indicated

Books in Westlaw

The full texts of several treatises related to the topic of global competition are available in Westlaw.  For law school subscribers, from the WestlawNext Directory screen, go to "International Materials," then "Global Competition & Antitrust," then "Treatises." Included in this collection are:  Competition Law in Australia and Competition Law in China.


Google Books

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The following handout was prepared in the spring of 2014 for an LUC Law course on international and comparative antitrust.  The course was taught by Dr. Maciej Bernatt, a visiting professor from the University of Warsaw.