Professor Renato Nazzini
King’s College London, School of Law

This paper will explore how models of competition enforcement, that are focused on an administrative decision-maker or rather prosecutorial whereby an administrative authority has the task to bring a prosecution or civil proceedings against the individuals or firms alleged to have breached competition law, may influence outcomes. Whether the choice between these models is purely based on efficiency or normative considerations or whether it is also shaped by the content of the rules or, in turn, shapes the content of the rules.