Rome 2005 Conference on the Economics of Competition Law
Economics lies at the heart of antitrust law. In recent years, competition authorities and courts have been relying more and more on economic theory and empirical analysis. Such interest in economics points out the need to outline theoretical and empirical models and lay down a common framework of economic analysis. The Conference organized by Lear takes up this challenge: by bringing together the most prominent scholars in the field of the Economics of Competition Law, the Conference aims at promoting a thorough discussion on the current state of the art, identifying the goals yet to achieve. <br> [gemäß den Informationen des Anbieters - according to site editor's information] The website is no longer available.
|Event dates:||2005-06-23 – 2005-06-25|
|Classification:||K2 - Regulation and Business Law ; L4 - Antitrust Policy|
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