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Postponed – CLaSF Workshop: The Fundamentals of Competition Law

16th April - 17th April

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The Competition Law Scholars Forum (CLaSF) and Centre for European Legal Studies, Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge

Present a Workshop on

The Fundamentals of Competition Law

at the University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Keynote Speaker

Prof Ariel Ezrachi, University of Oxford, ‘Competition Overdose’

Competition Policy Fundamental Debates

Stavros Makris, EUI Florence,  ‘Openness and Integrity in Antitrust’

Prof Vinicius Marques De Carvalho & Anna Binotto, University of Sao Paulo, ‘Towards a Political ‘Goals of Antitrust’ Debate’

Dr Adriano Camargo Gomes, University of Sao Paulo, ‘A Weberian Approach To The Fundamentals Of Competition Law’

Dr Beverley Williamson, ‘Doughnut Competition and the Consumer Welfare Standard’

Fundamental Issues in Context

Dr. Mary Catherine Lucey, UCD, ‘Vulnerable Consumers: A Gender Critique Of Competition Law Enforcement’

Dr Damjan Kukovec, Middlesex University, London, ‘Theorizing Inequality And The Role Of Competition Law’

Dr Thibault Schrepel, Utrecht University, ‘Blockchain and the theory of the firm in competition law’

Dr Magali Eben, Glasgow University Law School and Dr Or Brook, Leeds Law School, ‘Article 3 of Regulation 1/2003: Between Eu And National Competition Laws And Laws Pursuing A ‘Predominantly Different Objective’’

Market Power

Richard Tepper, Edinburgh Law School, ‘The Unholy Grail: The Systemic Role Of Market Power In Competition Law And Its Weaknesses’

Jan Kupčík, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic, ‘Market Shares Presumptions In Eu Competition Law: A Need For A Rethink?’

Stephen Dnes, NCH, London, ‘Efficiency Modelling In Competition Law: Whether To Do It And If So How?’

Xingyu Yan, Zhejiang University, China, ‘Economies Of Scale: Towards A More Coherent Understanding Of Special Responsibility And Competition On The Merits Under Article 102 TFEU’

Anti-Competitive Agreements

Dr Francisco Costa-Cabral, Tilburg Law and Economics Center (TILEC), ‘Collusion’

Dr Elias Deutscher, UEA Law School, ‘Revisiting The Political Economy Of Vertical Restraints’

Fundamental Concepts; ‘By Object’

Angus Macculloch (Lancaster University) ‘The ‘Public’ Wrong Of Cartels And The Article 101 TFEU ‘Object Box’’

Csongor István Nagy (University of Szeged) ‘EU Competition Law Devours Its Children: The Proliferation Of Anticompetitive Object And The Problem Of False Positives’

Andriani Kalintiri, (Dickson Poon School of Law) ‘Sense And Sensibility: The ‘Legal And Economic Context’ In EU Antitrust Analysis’

Heidi Sander Løjmand, (University of South Denmark) and Albert Sanchez-Graells (University of Bristol Law School) ‘Joint Tendering For Public Contracts As A ‘By Object’ Anticompetitive Practice: Revisiting The Fundamentals of a Very Fishy Analysis’

Details

Start:
16th April
End:
17th April
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Venue

University of Cambridge

Organiser

CLaSF
Website:
www.clasf.org