The CRA Annual Brussels Conference, Economic Developments in Competition Policy, will take place on Wednesday 5th December 2018 at the Steigenberger Wiltcher’s Hotel, Brussels. Cristina Caffarra is chairing the sessions titled, “Do We Need a “Radical Antitrust” Answer to “Populist Antitrust”?” as well as “Regulating Big Tech: Is Jean Tirole’s “Participative Antitrust” A Possible Answer? Is Germany’s “New Level Antitrust” Another? What Will the FTC Hearings Bring,” which Fiona Scott Morton is a panelist.
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