LEAR COMPETITION FESTIVAL ROME 10-12 JUNE 2020 – SAVE THE DATE

In 2020 Lear proposes a new conference format, where competition law and economics issues will be discussed at all levels.
The Lear Competition Festival is a unique event, that gives participants the opportunity to deepen their knowledge on specific antitrust issues, acquire new tools for the legal and economic analysis of firms’ practices, and network with key actors in the field of competition law competition (e.g. competition authorities, firms, IFIs, economists and lawyers).

The LCF features an innovative tailor-made platform – Talent4Comp – helping young talents and organizations in the antitrust field meet each other for employment opportunities.

WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND?

ADVANCED DISCUSSION OF COMPETITION LAW AND ECONOMICS TOPICS
Promoting and developing the antitrust knowledge through round tables on cutting-edge topics with outstanding speakers from regulatory and competition authorities, universities, legal and economic consultancies, firms and international institutions.

PARALLEL SESSIONS
Know-how sessions on competition law and economics and discussions on leading antitrust cases.

LCF SHORT ESSAY AWARD
Award of the four Best Short Essays on highly debated topics of competition law and economics.

EXHIBITION AREA
Opportunity to promote your organization through exhibition stands or personalized advertising in an international environment.

NETWORKING AND SOCIAL EVENTS
Unique occasion to interact with international experts and keynote speakers to make new contacts and establish professional relations.

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Western Balkans and the Design of Effective Competition Law: The Role of Economic, Institutional and Cultural Characteristics

The study “Western Balkans and the Design of Effective Competition Law: The Role of Economic, Institutional and Cultural Characteristics” by Paolo Buccirossi and Lorenzo Ciari has been published by Springer in the book “Competition Authorities in South Eastern Europe”, edited by Boris Begović and Dušan V. Popović.
The paper analyzes the optimal design of competition law in Western Balkan countries. It first identifies the “policy choice set”, i.e. the essential variables that define a competition policy regime; Continue reading Western Balkans and the Design of Effective Competition Law: The Role of Economic, Institutional and Cultural Characteristics

Paolo at Trento Summer School 2018

The fourth edition of the Trento Summer School on Advanced EU Competition Law & Economics will take place in Moena (Italian Dolomites) from 17th to 24th June 2018.
This event is organized by the Osservatorio Permanente sull’Applicazione delle Regole di Concorrenza and provides the opportunity to deepen the relationship between competition law and economics by anlayzing competition rules from both a theoretical and empirical perspective. Continue reading Paolo at Trento Summer School 2018