This chapter surveys a controversial but topical aspect of competition law: i.e. the prohibition of excessive or unfair prices. We conclude that, except in exceptional circumstances, competition authorities should use their enforcement or advocacy powers to eliminate the obstacles to competition which lead to supra-competitive prices rather than using competition law to make high prices illegal.
JENNY, F. (2018). Abuse of Dominance by Firms Charging Excessive or Unfair Prices: An Assessment. In: Excessive Pricing and Competition Law Enforcement. 1st ed. Springer, pp. 5-15.