Thursday, October 25, 2018

14th CRESSE Conference on Advances in the Analysis of Competition Policy and Regulation Friday 5th July – Sunday 7th July, 2019

CRESSE

www.cresse.info

 

     14th CRESSE Conference on Advances in the Analysis of Competition Policy and Regulation

Friday 5th July – Sunday 7th July, 2019

 

     14th CRESSE Summer School on Competition Policy and Regulation

Saturday 29th June – Thursday 11th July, 2019

     2nd Advanced Short Courses

Monday July 8th – Tuesday July 9th, 2019

 

     6th CRESSE Lawyers’ Course on The Role of Economics in Competition Law and Practice

Friday 5th July – Monday 8th July, 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

Venue: Amathus Beach Hotel

Rhodes, Greece

(https://www.amathusrhodes.com/)

 

 

We are happy to announce the organization of the upcoming CRESSE 2019 Events that will take place in the AMATHUS BEACH HOTEL in Rhodes in Greece.

 

CRESSE has established itself as the top academic summer event in the areas of Competition and Regulation Policy in Europe. The CRESSE Scientific Committee is composed ofProf. Joseph Harrington (The Wharton School, Univerity of Pennsylvania), Prof. Yannis Katsoulacos (Athens University of Economics and Business) who acts also as a Coordinator, Prof. Pierre Regibeau (Charles River Associates), Prof. Patrick Rey (Toulouse School of Economics), Prof. Thomas Ross (Sauder School of Business, University of British Columbia) and Prof. David Ulph (University of St. Andrews).

 

 

     14th CRESSE Summer School on Competition Policy and Regulation & 2nd Advanced Short Courses

Saturday 29th June – Thursday 11th July, 2019

 

The Summer School is organized for 14th consecutive year and is designed for professionals working in the wider areas of Competition Policy and Network Industry Regulation. The School provides a comprehensive account of the most-up-to date developments in economic theory, empirical analysis, legislation and policy in the areas of Competition and Regulation. Participants of the Summer School join a vibrant community of motivated students from all over the world and a distinguished international faculty. The Contents are organised in 7 self-contained Modules of 12 to 16 hours duration each and a shorter Module (Module 8) of 4 hours duration. Particular emphasis is placed on the presentation and discussion of Case Studies.

 

CRESSE also offers a number of Advanced Short Courses in specific topics of Competition Policy (the topics may change from year to year). These are targeted to the more experienced professionals working in competition authorities or regulatory bodies or in consultancy companies who are trained in economics at undergraduate and postgraduate level (including chief economists, directors of economics, senior case handlers and senior analysts). They are also directed to those interested in competition economics who are already trained at postgraduate level in microeconomic theory and industrial organization, but may have had limited opportunity for focused study in the field. Advanced Short Courses can be taken on a stand alone basis or by Summer School participants substituting these courses for part of or for whole Module 6 of the regular Summer School program. 

 

 

     6th CRESSE Lawyers’ Course on The Role of Economics in Competition Law and Practice

Friday 5th July – Monday 8th July 2019

 

The Lawyers’ Course is organized for 6th consecutive year and is targeted to lawyers practicing in competition law as counsels, enforcers or judges or in another field of law in which knowledge of economics is helpful. The course is taught by some of the foremost competition economists in the world. It covers both an introduction to microeconomics, game theory and industrial organization theory, as well as, all the areas in the application of economics to competition policy. The Course is organized in 16 sessions of 2 academic hours each.

 

 

     14th CRESSE Conference on Advances in the Analysis of Competition Policy and Regulation

Friday 5th July – Sunday 7th July 2019

 

The CRESSE Conference is organized together with the Summer School for 14 consecutive years and brings together many of the top European and USA economists and legal experts in Competition and Regulation.

 

CRESSE 2019 Keynote Speakers:

 Competition Policy Keynote Lecture by Prof. Richard Gilbert (University of California Berkeley)

 JJ Laffont Lecture by Prof. Robert Porter (Northwestern University)

Keynote Lawyers’ Lecture by Prof. Ariel Ezrachi (Pembroke College, Oxford)   

 

CALL FOR PAPERS:
We welcome submissions of theoretical, policy oriented or empirical papers related to any one of the main aspects of Competition Policy (dominance, collusion or mergers) or Sectoral Regulation or to issues of policy implementation, enforcement and Stade-Aid.
Submissions by legal experts are also encouraged.

Deadline for paper submission: 31st March, 2019.
Acceptance of papers by 6th May, 2019
Those who wish to present should send their papers electronically to katsoul@aueb.gr

 

 

Please find attached the Summer School and Conference Synopsis and the CRESS Lawyers Course Synopsis.

Application/Registration forms can be found here.

 

***IMPORTANT NOTE: For special room charges at the CRESSE Venue and information on nearby hotels please see link Accommodation (that is regularly updated) and book your room as soon as possible as early July is an extremely high touristic period for Rhodes.

 

For all further information on the CRESSE 2019 Event please access the CRESSE Website at www.cresse.info or contact:

 

Ms. Alexandra Sarafidou

CRESSE Secretariat

tel. +30 210 8203348

fax +30 210 8223259

E-mail: info@cresse.infoasarafidou@aueb.gr

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