Saturday, April 23, 2016

10th Anniversary Colloquium: Global Antitrust Enforcement 10 years and Beyond Friday 3 June 2016, 08:15 - 15:45

10th Anniversary Colloquium: Global Antitrust Enforcement 10 years and Beyond

Friday 3 June 2016, 08:15 - 15:45

Bibliothèque Solvay, Brussels

The Jevons Institute 10th Anniversary Colloquium on Global Antitrust Enforcement has been organised and by
Antonio Bavasso, David Evans and Douglas Ginsburg
UCL Jevons Institute

The Agenda:

08:15 Registration
08:45 Welcome
Jacques Steenbergen, Belgian Competition Authority
09:00 Keynote Address
Margrethe Vestager, European Commission
09:30 Session I: Enforcers Roundtable
Johannes Laitenberger, European Commission
Renata Hesse, US DoJ
Terrell McSweeny, FTC
Alex Chisholm, UK CMA
Bruno Lassere, French Competition Authority
Ashok Chawla, formerly Competition Commission of India
11:00 Coffee Break
11:15 Session II: Chief Economists Roundtable
Massimo Motta, European Commission
Howard Shelanski, OIRA, The White House
Damien Neven, Graduate Institute Geneva – CRA
12:30 Keynote Address
Handong Zhang, National Development & Reform Commission Antitrust Bureau, PRC
13:00 Lunch
14:00 Session III: Judges Roundtable
Christopher Vadja, Court of Justice of the European Union
Sir Peter Roth, UK Competition Appeals Tribunal
Jacqueline Riffault-Silk, French Cour de Cassation
Sir Nicholas Forwood QC, Brick Court Chambers
15:15 Closing Remarks
Sen Mario Monti, Italian Senate – Bocconi University
15:45 Conference ends

The conference venue: 

Bibliothèque Solvay
Parc Léopold, Belliardstraat 137,
1040 Brussel, Belgium
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About the Jevons Institute
The Jevons Institute for Competition Law and Economics at UCL (The Jevons Institute), set up in 2006, constitutes a policy forum and a meeting point between academia and practice with the aim to:

  • stimulate debate concerning the application of competition law and industry regulation to the marketplace; and
  • promote interaction among academic scholars in law and economics, policymakers and enforcement officials, the judiciary, practitioners and business leaders.

Our approach in this area of law and policy is based on a strong interaction between legal principles and analysis, and applied economic theory and empirics.

The Jevons Institute has been named after William Stanley Jevons, one of the foremost economists of the 19th Century and professor of political economy at UCL.

The Jevons Institute was founded by Visiting Professor Antonio Bavasso and Visiting Professor David S. Evans and operates within the Faculty of Laws at University College London.
It is directed by three Executive Directors: visiting professors Antonio Bavasso and David S. Evans and Ioannis Lianos, chair of global competition law and policy at UCL Laws.

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