Michal S. Gal


One of the main challenges of this decade in the antitrust arena is the creation of some form of cooperative international antitrust regime. The potential benefit of increased international trade and cooperative competition policies to all countries involved are enormous. This Article analyzes this issue from the point of view of small and developing jurisdictions. Part I sets the stage by suggesting a typology of the challenges created by globalization. Part II analyzes the current international antitrust regime from a wider perspective that incorporates the enforcement challenges faced by small and developing jurisdictions. Part III builds upon these findings and analyzes their implications for international trust.