Friday, October 5, 2018
Antitrust and Technology Markets in Asia
10 - 11 December 2018, Hong Kong
Key note speaker: Professor Eleanor Fox, New York University
‘Technology Wars – refusals to deal (fairly) and the abuse of dominance’
Prof. Wang Xiaoye, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences;
Andrew Heimert, US Federal Trade Commission;
Stephen Croswell, Baker McKenzie;
Prof. Daniel Sokol, University of Florida;
Philip Marsden, UK Competition and Markets Authority;
Nicholas Cassuba, Norton Rose Fulbright;
George Siolis, RBB Economics;
Maria Arrillaga, Spanish Competition Authority;
Ly Luu Huong, Vietnam Ministry of Justice;
Lim Wei Lu, Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore;
Sadaaki Suwazono, Japan Fair Trade Commission;
Prof. Deborah Healey, University of New South Wales;
Prof. Kentaro Hirayama, Kyushu University, Japan;
Prof. Toshiaki Takigawa, Kansai University, Japan;
Prof. Burton Ong, National University of Singapore;
Prof. Ningrum Siriat, University of Sumeratera Utera, Indonesia.
Panel discussion topics include:
• Multi-sided markets / platforms - redefining the approach to market definition?
• Refusal to deal in the high-tech sector and internet industries: convergence or divergence in treatment?
• Algorithmic collusion - a new frontier?
• Merger control revisited - how to deal with data-driven mergers?
• The innovation theory of harm in merger review: insight from Dow/DuPont
• The intersection / tension between competition and privacy - regulatory turf wars?
• China’s approach to technology and antitrust
• Developing economies and competition in technology markets
• Investigations and due process in technology cases
• National security and national interest issues in technology cases
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