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Innovation Economics Conference for Antitrust Lawyers #4 "Platforms: The Envelopment Strategy" & Closing speech

4th Webinar and Closing Speech of the « 4th Innovation Economics Conference » organised by Concurrences, in partnership with Compass Lexecon, with Daniele Condorelli (Associate Professor, University of Warwick, Academic Affiliate at Compass Lexecon), Alexandre de Cornière (Assistant Professor, Toulouse School of Economic), Amelia Fletcher (Professor, University of East Anglia), Andreas Mundt (President, Bundeskartellamt), Sir Peter Roth (President, Competition Appeal Tribunal), Mike Walker (Chief Economic Adviser, Competition and Markets Authority) and Richard Whish QC (Hon) (Emeritus Professor, King’s College London).

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SYNTHESIS

Richard Whish started by emphasising the global scope of the issues raised by digital platforms and their complexity. These challenges are related to the particularities of the functioning and strategies of these platforms, the difficulties in adopting adequate theories of harm and sensible remedies, and the challenge of avoiding overregulation. He then moderated the discussion by allocating speaking time between the panellists and introducing their interventions.

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Speakers

  • University of Warwick
  • Toulouse School of Economics
  • University of East Anglia (Norwich)
  • German Competition Authority (Bonn)
  • United Kingdom’s Competition Authority - CMA (London)
  • King’s College (London)
  • UK Competition Appeal Tribunal (London)