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Antitrust and Developing Economies in an Era of Crises - Webinar #3 : Gouging, Opportunism, Access, Industrial Policy, and the Challenge to First Principles of Competition

This webinar was organized by Concurrences, in partnership with Charles River Associates, ELIG Gürkaynak Attorneys-at-Law, Orrick, and RBB Economics, with Babatunde Irukera (Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Commission), Philip Marsden (College of Europe), Mondo Mazwai (Competition Tribunal of South Africa), Marcio de Oliviera Jr (Charles Rivers Associates), Thando Vilakazi (Centre for Competition, Regulation and Economic Development), Dennis Davis (Competition Appeal Court of South Africa), Harry First (New York University School of Law) and Eleanor Fox (New York University School of Law).

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Speakers

  • Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Commission
  • Bank of England
  • Competition Tribunal of South Africa (Pretoria)
  • CRA International (Brazil)
  • Centre for Competition, Regulation and Economic Development (CCRED)
  • Africa Competition Appeal Court (Pretoria)
  • NYU School of Law (New York)
  • New York University