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September 15, 2011
The Role of Economics in Competition Law: Course at UCL for 2011
Posted by D. Daniel Sokol
UCL's Centre for Law, Economics & Society is pleased to announce the opening of admissions to:
The Role of Economics in Competition Law
Starting on 4 October 2011
The course consists of 13 x 2 hour seminars and its objective 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.
This year it is taught by Dr Andrea Coscelli, Director of Competition Economics at Ofcom, and the team of experts from Charles River Associates (CRA) led by Dr Cristina Caffarra (Head of European Competition) and including Professor Damien Neven (former Chief Economist at the European Commission), Dr Uğur Akgün, Dr Valter Sorana, Dr Hugh Wills and Dr Hans Zenger.
Each seminar is accredited with 2 CPD hours by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and the Bar Standards Board.
Sign up online for your place at:
Download the course brochure from:
You are invited to the following event:
CPD Course: The Role of Economics in Competition Law & Practice
UCL Faculty of Laws
WC1G 0EG London
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