Great Antitrust Enforcers: Sheridan Scott (Competition Bureau of Canada)

Interview of Sheridan Scott, Former Commissioner, Competition Bureau of Canada, by Bill Kovacic, Professor at George Washington University and King’s College London. This video is part of the "Great Antitrust Enforcers Project" run by George Washington University in partnership with Concurrences.

All the interviews conducted by Bill Kovacic are gathered in the Great Antitrust Enforcers - Lessons from Regulators book, with Forewords by Andreas Mundt and Alberto Heimler, followed by a detailed synthesis of Prof. Kovacic analysing the points raised by the 25 interviewees.

Other interviews from the series:

 Antonio Gomes (OECD)
 Peter Freeman (UK Competition Appeal Tribunal)
 Skaidrīte Ābrama (Competition Council of Latvia)
 Tembinkosi Bonakele (South African Competition Tribunal)
 Terry Calvani (US FTC)
 Andrea Coscelli (UK Competition and Markets Authority)
 Allan Fels (Australia’s Competition and Consumer Commission)
 John Fingleton (UK Office of Fair Trading and Ireland’s Competition Authority)
 Douglas Ginsburg (US Court of Appeals, DC Circuit)
 Michal Halperin (Israel Antitrust Authority)
 Frédéric Jenny (OECD Competition Committee)
 Francis Kariuki (Competition Authority of Kenya)
 Bruno Lasserre (French Competition Authority)
 Norman Manoim (South African Competition Tribunal)
 Maureen Ohlhausen (US Federal Trade Commission)
 John Pecman (Competition Bureau of Canada)
 Eduardo Pérez Motta (COFECE)
 James Rill (US DoJ)
 Barbara Rosenberg (Brazil’s Secretariat of Economic Law of the Ministry of Justice)
 Sheridan Scott (Competition Bureau of Canada)
 Jacques Steenbergen (Belgian Competition Authority)
 Mariana Tavares (Brazil’s Secretariat of Economic Law of the Ministry of Justice)
 Han Li Toh (Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore)

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