Hassan Qaqaya

United Nations Conference on Trade and Development
Head, Competition and Consumer Policies Branch

Mr. Qaqaya is the Head of the UNCTAD Competition and Consumer Policies Branch since 2006. Mr. Qaqaya has a doctorate in Economics from the London School of Economics and a Masters in International Law from the Lausanne University. He has been working for UNCTAD since July 1981 in which he specialised first in Financial regulation, international trade, and anti-dumping. While at UNCTAD he has also been teaching at the Webster University in Geneva on international economics. Hassan has been travelling the world constantly over the last years, assisting over 50 countries in drafting competition and consumer protection laws, application guidelines, and organising training workshops.

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Mr. Qaqaya is the Head of the UNCTAD Competition and Consumer Policies Branch since 2006. Mr. Qaqaya has a doctorate in Economics from the London School of Economics and a Masters in International Law from the Lausanne University. He has been working for UNCTAD since July 1981 in which he specialised first in Financial regulation, international trade, and anti-dumping. While at UNCTAD he has also been teaching at the Webster University in Geneva on international economics. Hassan has been travelling the world constantly over the last years, assisting over 50 countries in drafting competition and consumer protection laws, application guidelines, and organising training workshops.

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Ariel Ezrachi, Hassan Qaqaya UNCTAD’s collaborative information platform

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UNCTAD has launched an initiative dedicated to information exchange between competition agencies, as part of its ongoing work on capacity building and international cooperation. The new information platform will facilitate exchange of non-confidential information and serve, in particular, to (...)

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