Peer Reviewed

Davies, S.W., Ormosi, P.L. (2015) Mergers after cartels: How markets react to cartel breakdownJournal of Law and Economics, 58(3), 561-583

Ormosi, P.L. (2014) A tip of the iceberg? The probability of catching cartelsJournal of Applied Econometrics, 29(4), 549–566

Ormosi, P.L. (2012) Claim efficiencies or offer remedies? An analysis of litigation strategies in EC mergersInternational Journal of Industrial Organization 30, 578–592

Davies, S.W., Ormosi, P.L. (2012) A comparative assessment of methodologies used to evaluate competition policyJournal of Competition Law and Economics, 8(4)

Ormosi, P.L. (2012) Tactical dilatory practice in litigation: Evidence from EC merger proceedingsInternational Review of Law and Economics 32, 370-377.

Ormosi, P.L. (2011) Diminishing incentives to reveal efficiency-related evidence: an empirical analysis of EC merger cases, World Competition 34(4), 615–640.


Working papers

Mariuzzo, F., Ormosi, P.L (2016) Ignoring post-intervention price variance in difference-in-differences studies, CCP Working Paper 16-05

Havell, R., Mariuzzo, F., Ormosi, P.L (2016) What Can Merger Retrospectives Tell Us? An Assessment of European Mergers, CCP Working Paper, 16-04

Bos, I., Davies, S.W., Harrington, J., Ormosi, P.L. (2014) The Deterrent Effect of Anti-Cartel Enforcement: A Tale of Two TailsCCP Working Paper 14-06

Davies, S.W., Ormosi, P.L. (2013) The impact of competition policy: what are the known unknowns?CCP Working Paper 13-07

Davies, S.W., Ormosi, P.L. (2010) Assessing Competition Policy: Methodologies, Gaps and Agenda for Future ResearchCCP Working Paper 10-19

Ormosi, P.L. (2009) Determinants of the success of remedy offers: Evidence from European Community mergersCCP Working Paper 09-11.

Ormosi, P.L. (2009) Are all mergers equally delay-averse? An empirical analysis of European Commission merger cases (1999-2008)CCP Working Paper Series 09-10.




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