Global Competition Enforcement focuses on emerging economies and competition authorities experience and fosters diversity and inclusiveness that are the cornerstone of the United Nations mandate. In a short span of years, the landscape of global competition has changed significantly. In particular, international cooperation in competition law enforcement has greatly strengthened the battle against abuse of dominance, cartels, anticompetitive mergers and related political corruption. Digitalization opened a new era of competition law and policy. The digital economy entails new challenges to competition authorities worldwide which require greater cooperation efforts towards convergence and consistency. This thoroughly researched book explains the current situation regarding joint investigations, identifies common problems and considers possible solutions and future developments. In addition to covering issues of competition policy, its authors look in detail at practice in both merger and conduct investigations in a variety of countries.