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Strategic Interaction Workshop Papers and Presentations (as available)

Competition & Regulation Meetings (2005-2013)

Svetlana Avdasheva (Higher School of Economics, Moscow)

Adoption of the New Law On Protection of Competition in Russia: Can we Explain Changes and Amendment by Strategic Interaction Logic

Iwan Bos (Universiteit van Amsterdam)

Leniency and Cartel Size: A Note on how Self-reporting Nurtures Collusion in Concentrated Markets

Sylvain Bourjade (Toulouse Business School)

Private Antitrust Enforcement

Oliver Budzinski (Phillips-University of Marburg)

The Analysis of Coordinated Effects in EU Merger Control: Where Do We Stand after Sony/BMG and Impala?

Stephen Calkins (Wayne State University Law School)

Private Interests and Public Antitrust Enforcement

Andreea Cosnita (Université de Paris I Panthéon, Sorbonne)

Do Remedies Affect the Efficiency Defense? An Optimal Merger Control Analysis

Emilie Dargaud (Université Lumière Lyon 2)

Mergers and Collusion with Asymmetric Capacities

Adriaan Denkers (FIOD-ECD Netherlands Tax Authority)

Enhancing Compliance

Theon van Dijk (University of Antwerp)

Banning Price Discrimination by Dominant Firms

Sean F. Ennis (OECD)

Turning up the Volume: Hearing Aid Regulation in the U.S.

Inbal Faibish (University of Haifa)

Six Principles for Limiting Government-Facilitated Restraints on Competition

Arnaud Féral (Université de Cergy-Pontoise, THEMA)

Merger Control With Transfers from the Capital Gains Tax, and Asset Divestments

Vivek Ghosal (Georgia Institute of Technology)

Competition Assessments and Regulatory Reform

Marie Goppelsröder (Universiteit van Amsterdam)

Corporate Leniency Programs in the Cartel Lifecycle: “Cleaning out the Closet”

Paul Gorecki (Irish Competition Authority)

Private vs. Public Interest: The Strategic Use of Competition Law in Ireland by Private Interests

Jesko Herre (University of Cologne)

The Impact of Antitrust Policy on Collusion with Imperfect Monitoring

Kai Hüschelrath (Centre for European Economic Research, ZEW)

On The Importance Of Speed In Antitrust Enforcement

Morten Hviid (University of East Anglia)

Competition Law Enforcement: The “Free-Riding” Plaintiff and Incentives for the Revelation of Private Information

Pieter Kalbfleisch (Netherlands Competition Authority)

Marco Lankhorst (Universiteit van Amsterdam)

Improving Accuracy in Effects-Based Analysis: An Incentive-Oriented Approach

Cecil Duncan MacRae (Singapore Management University)

Individual exemptions and the strategic threat of exit: the case of airline joint service agreements

Antoine Masson (University of Luxembourg)

The Crucial Role of Legal Capital for the Formation of Legal Strategies

R. Preston McAfee (California Institute of Technology)

Public and Private Antitrust Enforcement: A Strategic Analysis

Andrei Medvedev (University of East Anglia)

Bargaining Over Remedies in Merger Regulation

Christian Montet (LAMETA, University of Montpellier I)

Protecting Antitrust Agencies From Special Interest Influences: Lessons From The French Case

Evgenia Motchenkova (Free University Amsterdam)

To Protect in order to Serve: Adverse Effect of Leniency Programs in View of Industry Asymmetry

Anissa Naouar (ATER, University of Paris X)

Early Warning Detection of Banking Difficulty Can Commercial European Banks Fail?

Antonio Nicita (University of Siena)

Antitrust as a Signal towards Financial Markets: ‘Long-Purse’ Revisited

Sander Onderstal (Universiteit van Amsterdam)

Fighting Collusion in Auctions

Mario Pagliero (University of Turin)

The Impact of Potential Labor Supply on Licensing Exam Difficulty in the US Market for Lawyers

Pedro Pereira (Autoridade da Concurrência)

The Impact on Broadband Access to the Internet of the Dual Ownership of Telephone and Cable Networks

Andreas Reindl (Fordham University)

Plea Bargaining In The Shadow of 1 1/2 Trials: Settlement Negotiations In Cartel Proceedings In Light of Follow-On Private Litigation

An Renckens (University of Antwerp)

Decision-making in Merger Control: Communication between Merging Parties and the Competition Authority

Maarten Pieter Schinkel (Universiteit van Amsterdam)

Evan Schouten (Charles River Associates International)

Competition Down Under: Seven Network Limited & Anor v News Limited & Ors

Jarig van Sinderen (Netherlands Competition Authority)

Dimensions of Strategic Behavior to the Competition Law: Some Dutch Experiences

Igor Sloev (University of Madrid, Carlos III)

Market-Share Discounts And Incentives In A Vertically Related Industry

Adriaan Soetevent (Universiteit van Amsterdam)

Trust And Recidivism: The Partial Success Of Corporate Leniency Programs In The Laboratory

Giancarlo Spagnolo (Stockholm School of Economics)

The cost of inappropriate interventions/non interventions under Article 82

David Stallibrass (Office of Fair Trading)

Predictability and Impact: An Event Study Analysis of the OFT's Investigations under the 1998 Competition Act

Christian Steiner (WHU, Otto Beisheim School of Management)

How Structural Merger Remedies Should be Implemented

Bertrand Villeneuve (CREST, Université de Tours)

Re-issuing Cards: Regulation and Competition in a Capacity Accumulation Gam

Bert Willems (Tilburg University)

Market Power Mitigation By Contracts

Jun Zhou (Tilburg University)

Optimal Tests for Strategic Antitrust Sham Litigation