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Monday, October 25, 2010

CALL FOR PAPERS: CONFERENCE ON REVIEWING THE GLOBAL EXPERIENCE WITH ECONOMIC REGULATION A Forward Looking Perspective

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CALL FOR PAPERS

CONFERENCE ON REVIEWING THE GLOBAL EXPERIENCE WITH ECONOMIC REGULATION
A Forward Looking Perspective

CUTS International will be organising this conference in New Delhi On March 15-17, 2011. Papers are invited by practitioners, experts and students from all over the world in the following areas:

• The rationale for economic regulation - enforcement of competition law and sector regulation
• Methodology for regulatory decision making and evaluation of regulation
            a) Theory: Competition analysis, competition assessment, consumer impact assessment, regulatory impact assessment, other qualitative approaches
            b) Actual case studies of sector regulation, competition law enforcement and the interface between the two
• Regulatory frameworks and approaches for achieving regulatory coherence
• Consumer participation in economic regulation

A total of eight papers will be chosen for presentation at the conference. CUTS would provide travel allowance and local hospitality for chosen presenters as well as bring their submitted papers out through a volume from a leading publishing house.

All submissions must be made to c-cier@cuts.org and/or vb@cuts.org by December 30, 2010. Those submitting would receive decisions through email by January 31, 2011. All submissions must be between 8000 - 10,000 words in length.

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