9 June 2020

Enforcement, Covid and the Aftermath: Some Economic Myth Busting

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Tuesday 9 June 2020 from 17:30 to 19:00 CEST

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Program

Concurrences, in partnership with CRA, is pleased to invite you to its next webinar as part of the "NewAntitrust" series which aims to discuss competition policy in the aftermath of Covid-19.

This all-economist panel including enforcers will aim to bust some of the myths around the implications of the Covid-19 crisis and its aftermath for competition enforcement – mergers, cooperation, state aid… and the "welfare of champions” instead of consumers.

Pierre Régibeau | Chief Economist, DG COMP, Brussels

Achim Wambach | Chairman, Monopoly Commission, Bonn - President, ZEW, Mannheim

Mike Walker | Chief Economic Adviser, Competition and Markets Authority, London

Cristina Caffarra | Head of European Competition, CRA, London/Brussels

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Language: English

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