Luis Guilherme Ahlo Batista

University of Brasília (UnB)
Professor

Currently, Luis Guilherme A. Batista is a Managing Partner at Pakt Consultoria e Assessoria, Substitute Professor at the Statistics Department of the University of Brasília - UnB, Assistant Professor at the University Center IESB, member of the International Economy and Economic Development Center of the Federal University of Paraná - UFPR, and researcher at the Research Group on Economic and Competition Law of the Instituto Brasiliense de Direito Público - IDP. He holds a master’s degree in Economic Development from UFPR (2019), a specialization in Public Management from AVM (2015), and a bachelor’s degree in Economic Sciences from UnB (2014). He works in the area of market intelligence, focusing on data processing and analysis and economic conjuncture, having experience in public finance and in trade, competition and cultural policies.

Linked authors

New York University
New York University
Brazilian Administrative Council for Economic Defense (CADE) (Brasilia)
Brazilian Administrative Council for Economic Defense (CADE) (Brasilia)
ELIG Gürkaynak Attorneys-at-Law (Istanbul)
Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition (Munich)
FTI Consulting (Stellenbosch)
University of Witwatersrand (Johannesburg)

Articles

1713 Review

Paula Farani de Azevedo Silveira, Paula de Andrade Baqueiro, Mor Bakhoum, Arsenio M. Balisacan, Luis Guilherme Ahlo Batista, Laurie Binge, Kevin Davis, Eleanor M. Fox, Gönenç Gürkaynak, Timothy T. Hughes, Helen Kean, Liberty Mncube, Marcio De Oliveira Jr, Leni Papa, George L. Paul, Daniel Rubinfeld, Pablo Trevisán Competition law and developing countries: Overarching themes from Africa, cartels and corruption, and mergers

1713

In this edition we present an overarching view of competition law and developing countries, then pick up themes, such as cartels, corruption and mergers, from the “Antitrust and developing and emerging economies” annual Concurrences review Conference held on November 1st, 2019, at the New York (...)

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