June 29, 2007
Is Antitrust/Competition Law or Industrial Organization Taught in Your Country?
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Posted by D. Daniel Sokol
I am surveying countries around the world that are not OECD members and not members of the EU to determine whether and at which universities are antitrust/competition law and/or industrial organization taught.
Please respond to this post rather than email me directly with the following information:
University (specify department- e.g., economics department or law department)
For example, an entry may look like the following:
Universidad Diego Portales - law school
Competition law, seminar in competition law and intellectual property
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Tracked on Jun 18, 2007 11:30:40 AM
University of Hong Kong Faculty of Law
Posted by: Peter Yu | Jun 14, 2007 11:21:11 AM
American University of Armenia
Competition Policy: Law and Economics
(Single course taught in summer '05, it proved a bit challenging because the Armenian law draws from so many different sources - EU, US, CIS, and local peculiarities. I'd be interested to know if others have faced this issue for drafting a syllabus.)
IO is taught in Armenia, but not beyond the undergraduate level.
Posted by: Michael Nicholson | Jun 14, 2007 1:24:20 PM
Mexico (OECD country)
Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de México (ITAM)
* Economics Department
Empirical Industrial Organization
* Public Policy Department
* Law School
Posted by: Prof. Ramiro Tovar Landa | Jun 15, 2007 12:26:16 PM
Universidad Javeriana (Bogotá) – Law Faculty
- “Law and the markets”, mandatory undergraduate course on antitrust and unfair competition law. Since 1995.
- “Competition Law and Free Trade”, post-graduate program on antitrust law and international free trade agreements. Since 2006.
Universidad Externado de Colombia – Law Faculty
- “Competition and Consumer Law”, post-graduate program on antitrust, unfair competition and consumer protection law.
Posted by: Juan David Gutiérrez | Jun 16, 2007 4:45:51 AM
Charles University, Prague - Faculty of Law
Competition Law - seminar in Czech and EU competition laws
Posted by: Jiri Kindl | Jun 17, 2007 1:39:00 PM
No Antitrust/Competition Law being taught in the Kingdom of Cambodia.
Posted by: Cambodochine Dao | Jun 18, 2007 12:30:14 AM
Addis Ababa University (Department of
M.A. in Competition Policy and
Regulatory Economics(1 year course)
Posted by: Rijit Sengupta | Jun 18, 2007 1:13:56 AM
University of Palacky - Faculty of Law
Competition Law ,seminar in Czech and EU competition laws.
Josef Bednar, excharmain of the Czech Competition Office
Posted by: Josef Bednar | Jun 18, 2007 3:18:12 AM
Antimonopoly Policy Improvement Center.
Competition law is not taught in the country, however in 2004 it was included in the cirricullum of some of the law universities, but there is no information whethere it was taught or not. Probably not, because there is no textbook on competition law, but we are planning to prepare one in 2007-2008.
Posted by: Golib Kholjigitov | Jun 18, 2007 5:17:16 AM
Middle East Technical University (METU), Ankara
Faculty of Economic and Administrative Sciences Undergraduate Programs
Dept. of Economics
Econ 451- Industrial Economics
Econ 454- Economics of Regulation and Antitrust
Dept. of Political Science and Public Administration
Adm 430- Competition Law
Posted by: H. Baha Karabudak | Jun 18, 2007 6:08:31 AM
Universite française en Arménie (French University in Armenia) / Law School
Competition law (common principles of competition law : US, EU, French and Armenian competition law) : 18 hours per year since 2006 (1st year of Master), taught in French by a French lecturer
antitrust and transition countries, antitrust (anticompetitive agreements and monopolization), enforcement procedures and european state aid law
Posted by: cheynel | Jun 18, 2007 7:34:25 AM
South Africa- University of Witwatersrand
Competition Law is an elective course at Undergraduate (LLB) level as well as a taught course to Master's students (LLM) level. We also offer a certificate course to practitioners as well. These courses run for one semester.
Posted by: Kasturi Moodaliyar | Jun 18, 2007 3:49:51 PM
Taiwan (Republic of China)
National Chengchi University, College of Law
Antitrust/Unfair Competition Law is offered at both undergraduate(LL.B.) and graduate (LL.M.) levels.
Posted by: T.C. Liu | Jun 19, 2007 12:08:54 AM
University: Department of Policy Studies, TERI University
Economics of Regulation: Theory and Evidence
Competition Theory and Policy
Infrastructure Law (Including Competition Law)
Posted by: Puneet Chitkara | Jun 19, 2007 2:46:14 AM
Department of Economics
Competitive Strategy and Market Regulation
University of Buenos Aires
School of Law
Antitrust Law and Economics
Posted by: Prof. German Coloma | Jun 19, 2007 9:10:58 AM
Pontifical Catholic University of Peru - Law School
Competition Law 1 (Antitrust)
Competition Law 2 (Unfair Competition)
Posted by: Oscar Quispe Carbajal | Jun 19, 2007 2:50:24 PM
Tallinn Technical University
Some private business schools
Posted by: Aini Proos | Jun 20, 2007 8:55:51 AM
University of São Paulo – USP
Regulation, Competition and Market
State University of Rio de Janeiro – UERJ
University of Brasília – UnB
Federal University of Bahia – UFBA
Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul – UFRGS
There are few Brazilian law schools that have competition and antitrust law in their undergraduate programs. Almost all of competition and antitrust courses offered in the schools of law in Brazil are being held as a part of a major discipline under the denomination of 'Economic Law'. The courses prospects usually contain studies of market structures, defense of competition, regulatory agency legislation, consumer protection law, antitrust legislation, commercial defense principles, among other trading issues.
Posted by: Rafael Arruda Furtado | Jul 4, 2007 3:09:22 PM
University of Buenos Aires
Graduate program on Consumer Protection
Posted by: Julián Peña | Jul 13, 2007 8:47:49 AM