Thursday, December 23, 2010
Call for Papers University of Amsterdam 7th Annual Competition & Regulation Meeting: Competition Policy for Emerging Economies: When and How?
Posted by D. Daniel Sokol
ACLE Conference - Call for Papers
Competition Policy for Emerging Economies: When and How?
May 20, 2011
Keynote Speakers include:
Frederic Jenny (ESSEC Business School)
Roundtable discussion chaired by William Kovacic (FTC) between the keynote speakers, joined by Andrew Gavil (Howard University), Ioannis Lianos (UCL) and Hassan Qaqaya (UNCTAD, tbc).
The objective of this C&R Meeting is to bring together renowned specialists in emerging competition law enforcement and its interrelationship to economic development in conference to debate. We also welcome practitioners with a keen interest in this specialty subject, including (new) agency officials, government officials interested in competition policy as a development aid tool, competition lawyers and consultants and scholars working on these research topics.
Call for Papers – NOW OPEN
Academics, private practitioners and competition officials, both with a legal and an economic background, are encouraged to submit their research for inclusion in the conference program. We welcome all original research (in progress).
Submissions for inclusion in the program (full papers or abstracts) may be sent together with the author’s address information to: ACLE@uva.nl
The deadline for submission is March 1 2011. Decisions on acceptance to the program will be communicated mid March.
The scientific program committee, which consists of Maarten Pieter Schinkel (chair), Rein Wesseling, Benjamin van Rooij, Jeroen van de Ven, Kati Cseres and Jo Seldeslachts, will produce a full day program based on the response to this call. Local organizers are Martijn Han and Michael Frese.
For more information, please visit the ACLE conference website: http://emergingagencies.acle.nl
Relevant information on the preliminary program, registration, fees and accommodation will be posted on this website as we progress towards the conference date.