Do you have a good background in microeconomics but want to learn more about practical competition policy? Then this course could be for you. Now in its third year, this highly successful two-day course is aimed at those who are relatively new to practical competition policy and will provide you with an introduction into competition policy by speakers from both the private and public sector with with strong practical experience of competition policy work from both the private and public sector.
With a focus on standard antitrust, including the assessment of anti-competitive agreements, mergers and abuse of dominance, each of the eight sessions will involve a mix of presentation and interactive work to provide you with practical analytical tools to be used when back in the workplace.
Speakers include: Matthew Bennett, Charles River Associates; Kate Collyer, Competition and Markets Authority; Amelia Fletcher, CCP; Morten Hviid, CCP; Matthew Johnson, Oxera; David Parker, Frontier Economics; Laura Phaff, Compass Lexecon; Adrian Majumdar, RBB Economics.
A full programme will be available soon on our website
The course is limited to 40 attendees maximum. Places are transferable.