OECD Competition Open Day (24 February 2021)

The third OECD Competition Open Day (24 February 2021) featured a keynote address by Mariana Mazzucato on the role of competition policy in driving the economic recovery and sessions on environmental sustainability and competition, digital ecosystems, competition and the economic recovery, and killer acquisitions. The OECD also presented the second edition of its OECD Competition Trends, a publication tracking the main trends on agencies’ enforcement activity and resources. The event was followed live by around 2,400 participants and can be watched online here.

1. The OECD Competition Open Day [1] is an annual open-to-all conference to disseminate the OECD’s work on competition law and policy. Every year, the OECD Competition Division publishes a wealth of resources, including country reviews, [2] papers and summaries of roundtables on current topics, [3] recommendations [4] and other documents. These are all available online. 2. The third edition of the Open Day took place on 24 February 2021 to showcase some of the 2020 key outputs of the Competition Committee to the broader competition community. Featuring 19 guest speakers, it attracted a live audience of around 2,400 participants from around the globe. 3. The Open Day started with welcoming remarks by António Gomes, deputy director of the Directorate for Financial and Enterprise Affairs

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Ruben Maximiano, Takuya Ohno, Ania Thiemann, Cristina Volpin, OECD Competition Open Day (24 February 2021), May 2021, Concurrences N° 2-2021, Art. N° 100353,

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