17th March 2011
A draft of the programme is available here. Topics include:
- Institutional reform - joint working and merger
- Unilateral effects - new developments and road-testing UPP
- Partial Acquisitions: a regime comparison
- Remedial powers: should the authorities remedial powers be capped?
- Non-Horizontal Theories of Harm, and Two Sided Markets
If you have any queries on this event please contact Dr Philip Marsden, Director of the Institute's Competition Law Forum.
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