Cornerstone Research staff and experts are nominated in Concurrences Review’s annual selection of leading for antitrust and competition articles.
London—Cornerstone Research staff and experts are nominated for the 2021 Antitrust Writing Awards, honoring articles that were published or accepted for publication in the preceding year. Papers are judged by a jury based on writing, scholarship, originality, practical relevance and the contribution they make to competition advocacy.
The awards are organised by Concurrences Review and the George Washington University Law School Competition Law Center.
The Antitrust Writing Awards will also recognize readers’ choice awards. Voting closes on 28 June 2021; results will be announced online on 30 June 2021.
Academic Articles: Economics
- ‘Mergers, entry, and consumer welfare’, Nathan Miller, Peter Caradonna, and Gloria Sheu, Georgetown McDonough School of Business Research Paper, 10 February 2021, No. 3537135.
Academic Articles: General Antitrust
- ‘Nascent competitors’, Scott Hemphill and Tim Wu, University of Pennsylvania Law Review 68, 2020.
Business Articles: Economics
- ‘Necessity as the mother of invention? Streamlining the evaluation of competitor collaborations’, Celeste C. Saravia, Arnd Klein, Ian Simmons, and George Bashour, Antitrust 34:3, Summer 2020.