Cristina Volpin is a Competition Expert at the OECD, where she conducts research on various competition law and policy topics for the OECD Competition Committee and provides capacity-building to competition authorities and members of the judiciary. At the OECD, she leads the work on sustainability and competition and authored a number of research studies, including with a focus on competition enforcement and policy in labour markets, digital markets, innovation, and the economic recovery. She is a qualified lawyer in Italy, where she worked in two top-tier Italian law firms (Gianni Origoni Grippo Cappelli & Partners, and Chiomenti). Cristina obtained a Ph.D. in EU Competition Law from the University of Padua, where she also graduated in Law. Before joining the OECD, she was an associate lecturer in competition law at Queen Mary University of London. She recently completed a postgraduate course on Business Sustainability Management from the University of Cambridge. She is editor of the Journal of European Competition Law & Practice and a Fellow at the Centre for Law, Economics and Society at University College London. She has published in the Common Market Law Review and other leading journals. Her book on burden and standard of proof in EU competition law is in preparation.
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The third OECD Competition Open Day (24 February 2021) featured a keynote address by Mariana Mazzucato on the role of competition policy in driving the economic recovery and sessions on environmental sustainability and competition, digital ecosystems, competition and the economic recovery, and (...)
Recent economic research indicates that labor markets tend to be highly concentrated, and that employers use mergers, no-poaching agreements, and related collusive behavior to further concentrate labor markets and exploit labor market power at the expense of workers. In the United States, this (...)
At the Second OECD Competition Open Day, the OECD launched the first edition of the OECD Competition Trends which provides unique insights into global competition trends based on analysis of data from more than 50 OECD and non-OECD jurisdictions. Sessions discussed competition in the digital (...)
Every year the OECD/Korea Policy Centre offers judges in Asia-Pacific an opportunity to discuss competition law and competition economics in order to endow judges in the region with the tools to deal with competition cases in their jurisdictions. 1. The ninth OECD/Korea Policy Centre (...)
The first OECD Competition Open Day took place on 27th February 2019. Its purpose was for the OECD to reach out to the broader competition policy community, including practitioners, businesses, academics and students, in the work of the OECD. While the work of the OECD Competition Committee is (...)