CRESSE Conference: Advances in the Analysis of Competition Policy and Regulation

Rhodes Island, Greece
30 June 2016 - 03 July 2016
Hosted By: Competition and Regulation European Summer School (CRESSE)

The CRESSE Conference on “Advances in the Analysis of Competition Policy and Regulation” is a forum for lawyers and economists to meet and exchange ideas on competition and sectoral regulation issues with emphasis on the policy relevance of recent research. An important aspect of the Conference is the organization of round table discussions with participants from academia, practitioners, and authorities.

NERA’s Head of Programming and Econometrics in Europe Peter Bönisch participated in a policy session on cartel screening with, among others, Prof. Joseph Harrington of The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania and Prof. Luke Froeb of Vanderbilt University. NERA Affiliated Academic Prof. Dr. Ulrich Schwalbe took part in the policy session “Damages Litigation, Conferring on Issues and Challenges in Complex Antitrust Cases”, discussing damage quantification in cases of exclusionary abuse, with Prof. Dr. Gregory Crawford of the University of Zurich, Prof. Philip Marsden of the Competition and Markets Authority, and Lorincz Szabolcs of the European Commission, DG COMP, among others. NERA Affiliated Academic Prof. Dr. Marc Ivaldi participated in a cartel session on parallel accommodating conduct and presented an evaluation of the performance of the CPPI Index.

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