See original article in english International Mergers Conference #1 Reconciling efficiencies and public policy objectives

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International Mergers Conference #1 Reconciling efficiencies and public policy objectives

1er webinaire de la conférence « International Mergers » 2021 organisée par Concurrences et University College London, en partenariat avec Analysis Group et Shearman & Sterling. Remarques introductives par Deni Mantzari (Associate Professor, Acting Director - CLES, University College London). Panel avec Sara Ashall (Counsel, Shearman & Sterling), Ioannis Lianos (Président, Hellenic Competition Commission | Professeur - en arrêt, University College London), Julian Nowag (Associate Professor, Lund University), Martijn Snoep (Chairman, The Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Markets) et Joshua White (Vice-président, Analysis Group).

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Deni Mantzari explained that last year’s conference took place against the backdrop of an increasingly protectionist political rhetoric that was reflected in legislative initiatives, such as national security concerns and foreign direct investment. In the meantime, Covid-19 has reached Europe’s doorstep and its consequences are reflected in some of this year’s themes.

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Speakers

  • University College London
  • Lund University
  • Netherlands Authority for Consumers & Markets (The Hague)
  • Analysis Group (London)
  • University College London
  • DG COMP (Brussels)

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