Competition Economics: Competition in the Mobile Economy

21/06/2017


The Lisbon Council convened the High-Level Working Dinner on Competition in the Mobile Economy. Prof Dr Torsten Körber, chair for civil law, competition law, insurance law, corporate law and regulation law at the Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, keynoted, presenting his most recent research on the evolution of competition rules in the digital era. The session was the third working dinner hosted by the Lisbon Council under the Competition Economics initiative. The programme brings together an eclectic, high-level community to explore the changing nature of markets and economic behaviour in the digital age, and the particular challenges these changes pose for dynamic, effective competition policy. Previous working dinner keynotes have include Christopher Yoo, director of the Centre for Technology, Innovation and Competition at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, and Renato Nazzini, professor of law at King’s College London.
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The Lisbon Council convened the High-Level Working Dinner on Competition in the Mobile Economy. Prof Dr Torsten Körber, chair for civil law, competition law, insurance law, corporate law and regulation law at the Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, keynoted, presenting his most recent research on the evolution of competition rules in the digital era. The session was the third working dinner hosted by the Lisbon Council under the Competition Economics initiative. The programme brings together an eclectic, high-level community to explore the changing nature of markets and economic behaviour in the digital age, and the particular challenges these changes pose for dynamic, effective competition policy. Previous working dinner keynotes have include Christopher Yoo, director of the Centre for Technology, Innovation and Competition at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, and Renato Nazzini, professor of law at King’s College London.

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