February 20, 2007
Political Economy Constraints in Developing Countries: A Research Symposium
Posted by D. Daniel Sokol
A common complaint among comparative and international antitrust scholars is that the quantity of scholarship that focuses on developing and transition countries is rather sparse. A conference by the CUTS Competition, Regulation and Development Research Forum seeks to fill in this gap of scholarship. From March 22 to March 24, CUTS will be hosting a conference entitled “Political Economy Constraints in Developing Countries: A Research Symposium” at the Hotel Le Méridien New Delhi. Registration is available here.
Research papers cover experiences of following countries:
Antigua, Barbados, Grenada, Jamaica, St. Kitts and Nevis, Trinidad and Tobago
El Salvador, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Panama
Belgium, Bulgaria, Malta, Russia, Serbia, Turkey
A list of speakers is available here. My co-author will be presenting our paper "Technical Assistance for Law & Economics: An Empirical Analysis in Antitrust/Competition Policy."
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