Some of the events, conferences, publications and projects we have worked on are listed below. Some other projects are not listed as we must respect client confidentiality in sensitive areas.
New paper by Paolo Buccirossi on vertical restraints on e-commerce and selective distribution. Read more
PaRR has published specific articles on the topics covered during the event. Read more
The 6th edition of our Lear Conference on the economics of competition law is going to take a place at “Villa Farnesina” (Palazzina dell’Auditorio) in Rome on 25-26 June. Read more
The Italian Antitrust Authority (AGCM) invited Paolo Buccirossi to the conference “The economic analysis in the application of competition law” that will be held on April 20. Read more
By bringing together a number of experts from leading universities, authorities, law firms, governments and the private sector, the Lear Conference 2015 – Antitrust Economics 2.0 will debate a wide range of competition law cutting-edge topics, focusing on how the Internet is shaping the economic practice, the way firms compete and antitrust enforcement. Read more
New working paper by Paolo Buccirossi and Giancarlo Spagnolo on the relationship between action for damages and leniency programs. Modern antitrust engenders a possible conflict between public and private enforcement due to the central role of Leniency Programs. Read more
The Conference will focus on how the development of the Internet is shaping the economic practice, the way firms compete and antitrust enforcement. Read more
Every year, the number of mergers taking place across countries is extremely high. In order to guarantee an effective and efficient merger review regime, an economic approach in line with international best practices should be adopted in setting pre-merger notification thresholds for different countries. Read more
The full report of the “Vertical Restraints for On-line Sales” roundtable is now available online. This was part of the 2013 OECD Best Practice Roundtables on Competition Policy.