Barry J. Rodger University of Strathclyde (Glasgow)Contact
Professor Barry Rodger has been an academic at Strathclyde University Law School since 1993 and has been a Professor there since 2001. Professor Rodger is the Chair and co-organiser of the Competition Law Scholars’ Forum (www.clasf.org) and co-editor of the Competition Law Review. Professor Rodger has published widely in competition law. He has co-ordinated an AHRC-funded European-wide research project into comparative private enforcement and collective redress in the EU (www.clcpecreu.co.uk): Competition Law Comparative Private Enforcement and Collective Redress Across the EU, (Kluwer Law International, 2014) B Rodger (ed). In 2013 he edited a collection of landmark competition law cases from a number of jurisdictions world-wide:- Landmark Cases in Competition Law: Around the World in Fourteen Stories (Kluwer Law International, 2013). He is co-editor of The EU Antitrust Damages Directive, Transposition in the Member States, published by OUP in December 2018. His co-edited book with A MacCulloch and P. Whelan, Twenty Years of UK Competition Law: a Retrospective, will be published in May 2021 by OUP. He has recently finalized and submitted with Prof A Stephan on a monograph on Brexit and UK Competition law, also to be published in 2021 together with the 6th edn of his student textbook with Angus MacCulloch, Competition Law and Policy in the EU and UK (Routledge). He us currently working as a co-editor on a research handbook on private enforcement of competition law for Edward Elgar, and together with Dr Or Brook and a co-ordinating team, he is finalising plans for a European comparative project on judicial review of NCA competition law enforcement decisions.
Let’s Talk About Consumers: Competition Law Compensation for Indirect Purchasers’ Losses- A United Kingdom PerspectiveAntitrust Law Journal, Barry J. Rodger, August 2022, Volume 84, Issue 2
Private enforcement in the UK: Effective redress for consumers?Barry J. Rodger, The UK competition regime: A twenty-year retrospective, Book chapter.12, Oxford University Press, Forthcoming
Nominee, 2021 Antitrust Writing Awards: Academic, Private Enforcement
Nominee, 2020 Antitrust Writing Awards: Academic, Private Enforcement
Nominee, 2019 Antitrust Writing Awards: Academic, Private Enforcement