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The development and effectiveness of any law increases with participation.

We truly believe that the TalkComp project should be by the people and for the people. With this in mind, we would welcome collaboration and contribution on all matters concerned with Competition/Antitrust Law.

The project aims to initiate a thoughtful discussion on Competition Law and its utility for the economy.

Students, academia and jurists are invited to express their opinion on any issue, as long as it concerns Competition law and economics, especially  those focused on India.

We strive to give maximum circulation to independent and original views. You can send in your contributions to us at []

A few pointers before sending contributions:

  • Mention which section you would like to publish your opinion. The “Basics” section is dedicated to initiate readers into Competition Law and its utility. The articles for “In-Depth” section should involve an advanced level of discussion on critical issues in Competition Law, especially those focused on India.
  • No News, Please!- We think there are enough websites out there shelling out news. We don’t plan to be one of them. At least, not yet anyway!
  • Length of contribution- The article should normally be not more than 1000 words.
  • Lastly, we cannot stress enough that this is a website. Not a journal. The article should be original and thoughtful, but should be tailored keeping in mind it is meant to be published on a website.


Got Any Question? Think it has anything to do with Competition Law? We are always here to give our opinion.

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Competition is good for consumers for the simple reason that it compels producers to offer better deals – lower prices, better quality, new products, and more choice.


                                                  -Sir John Vickers

Antitrust laws … are the Magna Carta of free enterprise.  They are as important to the preservation of economic freedom and our free-enterprise system as the Bill of Rights is to the protection of our fundamental personal freedoms.

                                                                                                                  -United States v Topco Associates, Inc.

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