Does Competition Law and Enforcement Need a Radical Overhaul?
9:00 am to 4:00 pm, 18 June 2019
The UCL Jevons Institute with The Competition & Markets Authority, and The Global Antitrust Institute at George Mason University
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About the conference
Demands for radical reforms in competition law policy and enforcement by politicians and pundits are growing. The Jevons Institute 2019 Colloquium will focus on 3 themes that are crucial to inform the debate over whether there is a monopoly problem and what should be done about it if there is.
▷ First are markets becoming less competitive generally or in important sectors and why?
▷ Secondly should we reset the balance in error cost framework for competition law enforcement?
▷ Thirdly, do we need to consider new tools to remedy competition concerns, and what have we learned from past experience?
To debate these questions, we have assembled a group of leading experts from academia, competition authorities and courts across the world.
The 2019 Jevons Colloquium is organised in co-operation with the CMA who are considering a number of reforms to the UK legal regime taking into account international experience.
Andrea Coscelli, CMA
Andreas Mundt, Bundeskartellamt
Antonio Bavasso, UCL Jevons Institute / Allen & Overy
Sir Christopher Bellamy, Linklaters LLP
Sarah Cardell, CMA
Jan De Loecker, KU Leuven
David Evans, UCL Jevons Institute / Global Economics Group
Damien Geradin, UCL / Euclid
Douglas Ginsburg, US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit / George Mason University
Wolfgang Kirchhoff, Federal Court of Justice (BGH) Karlsruhe
Ioannis Lianos, Professor of Global Competition Law & Public Policy, UCL Centre for Law, Economics & Society
Philip Marsden, College of Europe / FCA / Ofgem / CRA
Giovanni Pitruzzella, European Court of Justice
Tommaso Valletti, DG Comp, EC
Larry White, NYU Stern School of Business
Joshua Wright, George Mason University
The 2019 Jevons Colloquium is being supported by
Competition Policy International and
The Global Antitrust Institute at George Mason University.
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09:00 Welcome and Opening Speech
Andrea Coscelli Chief Executive, Competition & Markets Authority
09:30 Roundtable 1: Time to reconsider the error cost framework in competition enforcement?
Moderator: Douglas Ginsburg Judge, US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit / George Mason University.
- Philip Marsden, College of Europe / FCA / Ofgem / CRA
- Giovanni Pitruzzella, European Court of Justice
- Sir Christopher Bellamy, Linklaters LLP
- Joshua Wright, George Mason University
10:45 Refreshment break
11:15 Roundtable 2: Are markets becoming less competitive, generally, or in important sectors?
Moderator: David S. Evans UCL Jevons Institute / Global Economics Group
- Jan De Loecker, Professor of Economics, KU Leuven
- Tommaso Valletti, Chief Economist, DG Comp, European Commission
- Lawrence J. White, Robert Kavesh Professor in Economics, NYU
12:30 Keynote Address:
Andreas Mundt, President, Bundeskartellamt
14:00 Roundtable 3: Remedies: past experiences, effectiveness, new tools
Moderator: Antonio Bavasso UCL Jevons Institute / Allen & Overy LLP
- Sarah Cardell, CMA
- Damien Geradin, UCL/Euclid
- Douglas Ginsburg Judge, US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit / George Mason University.
- Wolfgang Kirchhoff, Federal Court of Justice (BGH) Karlsruhe
- Ioannis Lianos, Professor of Global Competition Law & Public Policy, UCL Centre for Law, Economics & Society
15:30 Closing remarks
16:00 End of Conference
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£100 UCL alumni
£75 Academic ticket
£20 Student (full-time) ticket
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