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Abuse of Dominance will provide participants (whether lawyers or economists, working for firms or in agencies) with a thorough understanding of the most recent economic theories of monopolization, will help them apply these concepts in practice, and will review actual cases in the light of an effects-based approach. The course includes some of the leading concepts in the competition economics.
After completion of this course participants should be able to :=>Review established and recent economic theories of abuse through a largely non-formal exposition also accessible to non-economists
=>Understand the distinguishing economic features of possible types of abuse, including price and non-price conduct Identify the core elements of an effects-based approach for the assessment of unilateral conduct
=> Acquire the tools to apply a sound economic approach to monopolisation cases
=>Review and understand the key economic considerations behind landmark competition cases on abuse of dominance
=>Learn to structure potential abuse of dominance claims and/or defences in an economically coherent way
=>Acquire the ability to critically evaluate economic analysis and submissions in abuse of dominance mattersLearn to assess the regulatory risk of a large firm’s conduct
Who should attend
Lawyers, economists, policy makers, managers, officers working on Competition Policy and Regulation in Competitionauthorities,Regulatory Agencies, Communication Tribunals etc.