Robert Ian McEwin

Competition Consulting Asia
Economiste

Ian McEwin is an Australian lawyer with a PhD in Economics who specialises in Southeast Asian competition law and economics. He has been an expert witness in major competition law cases in Australia and New Zealand and was foundation Director of the Centre for Law and Economics in the Law Faculty at the Australian National University in Canberra. In 2002 the Singapore Ministry of Trade & Industry recruited him to help with the drafting of the Singapore competition law and the setting up of the Singapore Competition Commission. He subsequently became the Commission’s first Chief Economist. Following that he became a visiting Professor of Law at the National University of Singapore and then at Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok. He was subsequently appointed as Khazanah National Chair at the University of Malaya. He has helped several governments introduce competition law in Southeast Asia. He was appointed to the Foundation Board of Advisors of the Global Antitrust Institute at the George Mason University School of Law in Washington, is on the Advisory Board of the China Antitrust Law Journal and is currently writing a book Competition Law in Southeast Asia for Cambridge University Press. He is currently involved in competition law consulting in regulatory and litigation work in Southeast Asia.

Distinctions

Fellow, Australian Institute of Company Directors

Auteurs associés

APEC (Singapore)
University of Melbourne
ESSEC Business School (Cergy)
ViaVan (London)
Concept : CARE (Singapore)
Qualcomm (San Diego)
Winston & Strawn (New York)
NYU School of Law (New York)

Vidéos

R. Ian McEwin
Robert Ian McEwin 24 octobre 2014 New York

Articles

510 Revue

Allan Fels, Carol Osborne, Robert Ian McEwin The role of ASEAN guidelines on competition policy and the economic integration of the ASEAN countries (ASEAN Antitrust : The Future of Competition Law and Policy in the ASEAN Countries, Singapore, 24 April 2015)

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La conférence qui s’est tenue à Singapour le 23 avril 2015 a porté sur le futur du droit et de la politique de concurrence dans les pays de l’Association des Nations de l’Asie Sud Est (ASEAN). Les intervenants de ce panel reviennent sur l’impact de la politique de concurrence dans les pays de l’ASEAN, (...)

Robert Ian McEwin Asian Transparency

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Contrairement aux pays occidentaux où la transparence est valorisée, dans les pays de l’Asie de l’Est, c’est plutôt la confidentialité qui est de mise. La transparence est perçue comme une faiblesse tant dans les affaires que dans la vie publique. Par conséquent, il est inutile de prôner la (...)

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