The Present and Future of Behavioural Antitrust

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Bentham House

Endsleigh Gardens

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WC1H 0EG

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The Notre Dame Research Program on Law and Market Behavior with the UCL Centre for Law, Economics and Society invites you to


The Present and Future of
Behavioural Antitrust

Speakers:
The Hon Mr Justice Barling (President, Competition Appeal Tribunal)
Dr Amelia Fletcher (OFT)
Dr Matthew Bennett (CRA)
Dr Andrea Coscelli (OFCOM)
Dr Peter Davies (Compass Lexecon)
Paolo Siciliani (Chief Economist, BBC Trust)
Prof. Christopher Leslie (University of California at Irvine School of Law)
Prof. Maurice Stucke (University of Tennessee)
John Kirkpatrick (UK Competition Commission)
Prof. Avishalom Tor (Notre Dame Law School)
Dr Ioannis Lianos (UCL)


on Thursday 6 December 2012
from 3pm - 6.30pm, followed by a drinks reception

Schedule:
15:00 Registration
15:20 Opening Remarks
15:30 Behavioural Foundations and Antitrust Applications
17:00 Break
17:15 Behavioural Antitrust in Legal Practice
18:30 Drinks reception

Accredited with 2.5 CPD hours by the SRA (BSB accreditation pending)

About the event:
Behavioural antitrust—the application to antitrust analysis of empirical evidence of common deviations of human behavior from strict rationality—is increasingly popular and hotly debated by competition law scholars and the enforcement agencies in the U.K, the EU more generally, and the U.S. alike. This timely conference will bring together leading experts in the field to examine the state-of-the-art of the behavioral approach to competition law and policy and to consider its future potential and limitations as an antitrust methodology.

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WC1H 0EG

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