Report on the history of Polish competition law

A report entitled „Implementing a Competition Law System – Three Decades of Polish Experience” has been published by Dr. Marek Martyniszyn of Queen’s University Belfast and Prof. Maciej Bernatt of the Warsaw University. The report is an extensive study of the state of the Polish competition law, since its implementation thirty years ago until the present times. The research has been conducted in the years 201-2018 and includes interviews with numerous persons engaged in the creation and development of Polish competition law, and among them Jaroslaw Sroczynski as the first director of the Antimonopoly Office in Cracow and long-time practitioner of competition law. The research was funded by the Oxford Noble Foundation, within the framework of its Programme on Modern Poland, by means of a competitive grant award to Dr. Marek Martyniszyn in 2016.
See link to the report:, and to the article about the research, published by Dr. Marek Martyniszyn and Prof. Maciej Bernatt in the Journal of Antitrust Enforcement: