August 29, 2009
Role of Economics in Competition Law
Posted by D. Daniel Sokol
The UCL Jevons Institute is again running its popular masters level course on Role of Economics in Competition Law, starting in October 2009.
This objective of this 13 week course (between October 2009 -
March 2010) is to introduce the economic theories that underlie competition
law and the methods that are used to assess whether business practices are
nefarious, benign, or healthy.
The second part involves the rigorous application of economics to competition policy. It includes the analysis of market power, market definition, cartels and other coordinated behaviour, unilateral conduct including predatory and exclusionary practices, horizontal and vertical mergers, and antitrust and intellectual property.
The course is designed to provide students with a deep understanding of how economics is applied to competition policy.
You are invited to the following event:
For more information click here
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