Sunday, February 22, 2015

Regulation, Antitrust and Promotion of Innovation? Challenges and experiences from communications to payment systems

Organised The Jevons Institute for Competition Law & Economics
 
Thursday 12 March 2015, 6pm-7.30pm
Followed by a drinks reception
         
 
with David Evans (Global Economics Group / UCL) Steve Unger (Ofcom) Andrea Coscelli (CMA) Hannah Nixon (Payment System Regulators) John Fingleton (Fingleton Associates)
 
Chaired by Antonio Bavasso (UCL / Allen & Overy LLP)
 
This panel discussion with some of the leading experts and regulators in this this area will explore the theme of innovation in regulatory regimes and competition enforcement in sectors that are affected by a range of new business models. The panel will discuss the international experience and compares lessons learned across different sectors from communications to payments. It will considers the possible benefits and harms posed by different types of innovation (unilateral, collaborative, "permissionless" innovation) and the challenges that regulators, market players and their advisers face in this area.
 
This event is accredited with 1.5 CPD hours from the SRA and BSB. 
 

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