YEARBOOK OF ANTITRUST AND REGULATORY STUDIES (YARS®) is meant to be a platform for the presentation and analysis of antitrust and regulatory achievements from different perspectives. Topics of interest include, but are not strictly limited to important current competition protection issues such as antitrust, merger control and state aids (substantive and procedural context) as well as sector-specific regulation (e.g. regulation of the energy, telecoms, post and transport industries).
THE CALL FOR PAPERS
COPYRIGHT AND ACCESS
YARS® publishes articles that contain original analytical contributions but not articles that constitute mere compilations or repetitions of previously published works. The Author shall submit an original article, written by the stated authors and not published elsewhere. Furthermore, the Author commit not to publish the same article in further journals. The Author can prepare other derivative works, extend the journal article in book-length form, or to otherwise re-use portions or excerpts in other works, with full acknowledgement of its original publication in YARS®.
The publication is free of charge. All articles are published on the open-access basis and under the Creative Commons BY 4.0 license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/). Authors who publish with this journal retain all copyrights and agree to the terms of the above-mentioned CC BY 4.0 license.
GENERAL SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
Articles should be written, as a rule, in British English.
They should contain:
1) the title of the paper – Authors are encouraged to formulate short, original titles that contain terms typical for mainstream debate in the law and economics of antitrust and regulation; the title can be formulated in the form of a question or a firm thesis;
2) table of contents
3) abstract in English and if possible in French of maximum 150 words
4) JEL classification and key words
Authors are expected to deliver the proposed articles in correct English (British standard). Linguistic correction before submission is encouraged. The minimum length of an article is 5 000 words and the maximum length is 10 000 words.
We kindly ask potential authors to respect OSCOLA reference style. We kindly ask to add a reference list of scholarly sources (monographs, academic articles etc) at the end of article.
Quotation standards are to be respected in case of other types of contributions such as legislation and case law reviews, book reviews and reports concerning scientific events and other notes.
Articles should be submitted in an electronic form, formatted in MS Word.
The detailed guidelines are outlined in the article's submission template here.
Along with the submitted text the authors are required to send the signed documents:
Potential Authors are encouraged to make themselves familiar with the rules governing review process already during the preparation of the submission.