ON THE SYMBIOSIS OF ANTITRUST LAW AND DEMOCRACY
Multifaceted and multidirectional relationships between antitrust law and democracy are often complex and ambivalent. Some of them are of positive nature (positive correlations) and the others — negative (contradictions). Those of the former, which absorb particular attention of law and state theoreticians and practitioners, are the subject of the presented paper. Its aim is to stimulate refl ections on the title question rather than provoking agreement or disagreement. However, in the author’s view, there are ample arguments that support the main conclusion of the survey, namely: that antitrust law and democracy clearly coexist in symbiosis (if not synergy).