Papers 7th annual Competition & Regulation Meeting on the topic:
Competition Policy for Emerging Economies: When and How?
Keynote speaker Michal Gal based her presentation "Transplant of Competition Laws – Who Benefits?" on the papers mentioned in the links below.
Paku Khan (Amarchand & Mangaldas & Suresh A. Shroff), Harman Sandhu (Amarchand & Mangaldas & Suresh A. Shroff), Ram Tamara (Nathan Economic Consulting, India) and Vasanth Adithya (Nathan Economic Consulting, India): Usage of Efficiency Tests in Assessing Competitive Effects of Joint Ventures - Case for India
Svetlana Avdasheva (Higher School of Economics, Moscow) and Andrei Shastitka (Higher School of Economics, Moscow): Antitrust Legislation in Russia: Recent Trends, Achievements and Threats
Pierrette Gaasbeek (Erasmus University) and Peter van Bergeijk (Erasmus University): Chinese Competition: Do We Need a New Competition Policy Regime?
Marco Botta (European University Institute): The Definition of the Relevant Market and the Degree of Market Concentration in the Emerging Economies: Case Study on Brazil and Argentina
Anca Chirita (Saarland University): Competition Law, Policy, and Enforcement: The Experience of Romania
Kati Cseres (Universiteit van Amsterdam): Institutional design for the enforcement of competition law in the CEEC's
Avinash Dadhich (Bangor University): Evolution of Competition Law in India: Need for a Unique Approach
Wei Dan (University of Macau): China's Anti-Monopoly Law and Its Merger Enforcement: Convergence and Flexibility
Stephen Davies (University of East Anglia and CCP) and Peter Ormosi (University of East Anglia and CCP): Assessing Competition Policy: Methodologies, Gaps and Agenda for Future Research (Peter Ormosi)
Tomaso Duso (Heinrich-Heine University and DICE): Measuring Competition Policy and its Economic Impact
Jiajia Gao (De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek): Competition Law in China: From Merger Control Onwards
C.G. Hariprasad (Competition Commission of India): Effects of Entry Deterrent Strategies on Size Distribution of Firms in the Indian Manufacturing
Shuya Hayashi (Nagoya University Graduate School of Law): The Role of Competition Law and Policy in Developing Countries
Aleksandra Khimich (Toulouse School of Economics), Marc Ivaldi (Toulouse School of Economics) and Frederic Jenny (ESSEC Business School): Measuring the Economic Effects of Cartels in Developing Countries
Joseph Kieyah (Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis): Study on the Petroleum Industry in Kenya
Rajinder Kumar (Competition Commission of India) and Praachi Mishra (Competition Commission of India): Imperative of a Competition Policy: Notes from India
John Kwoka (Northeastern University) and Dan Greenfield (Northeastern University): Merger Policy in Operation: Lessons for Emerging Economies
Nina Leheyda (ZEW Centre for European Economic Research): Economic Methods and Concepts in the Competition Analysis of the New EU Member States: Lessons from Latvia
Francisco Marcos (IE Law School): Competition Law in Developing Countries: The Influence of Multinational Enterprises
Rosen Marinov (Graduate Institute of International Studies): Competitive Pressure in Transition: A Role for Trade and Competition Policies?
Decourcey Eversley (Barbados Fair Trading Commission) and Kamisha Menns (UNCTAD): Optimal Design of CARICOM Competition Commission
Liberty Mncube (Competition Commission of South Africa) and Avias Ngwenya (Competition Commission of South Africa): South Africa's Pioneer Settlement in Bread and Milling: An Innovative Way to Remedy Competition Law Violations in Developing Countries
Jasminka Pecotic Kaufman (University of Zagreb): Some Challenges to Successful Competition Enforcement in an EU Candidate Country - Case of Croatia
Scott Masten (University of Michigan) and Jens Prüfer (Tilburg University and TILEC): On the Evolution of Collective Enforcement Institutions: Communities and Courts
David Stallibrass (Office of Fair Trading): The Role of Economics in the Chinese Anti-Monopoly Law
Frank Verboven (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven): An Economic Framework for Measuring Cartel Damages
Joseph Wilson (Competition Commission of Pakistan): Competition Policies for Emerging Economies: Lesson from Pakistan