Tuesday, March 13, 2007
Posted by D. Daniel Sokol
Details of the Centre for Competition Policy's annual summer conference are up on the web here. The conference aims to explore where the line can and should be drawn between antitrust/competition law enforcement at the higher level (Federal/Supranational) and/or the lower level (State, Member State). It will include examples and lessons from both EU and US systems.
Speakers include: Professor Stephen Calkins (Wayne State University), Firat Cengiz (CCP, University of East Anglia); Professor Andrew Gavil (Howard University); Dr. Michael Harker (CCP, University of East Anglia); Professor Scott Hemphill (Columbia University); Professor William Kovacic (FTC); Dr. Philip Marsden (BICL); Professor Stephen Wilks (Exeter University).