Online Markets and Offline Welfare Effects
On 22nd May 2017 the Oxford Centre for Competition Law and Policy will host a one-day event on ‘Online Markets and Offline Welfare Effects – The Internet, Competition, Society and Democracy’.
The event will bring together leading academics, practitioners enforcers and policy makers. Confirmed speakers include: Prof. Adi Ayal (Bar-Ilan University), Philip Blond (ResPublica), Alec Burnside (Dechert LLP), Philippe Chappatte (Slaughter and May), Prof. Pepper D. Culpepper (Oxford University), Lord David Currie (Chairman, UK Competition and Markets Authority), Christian D’Cunha (Office of the European Data Protection Supervisor), Isabelle de-Silva (President, Autorité de la Concurrence), Maurits Dolmans (Partner, Cleary Gottlieb), Prof. Josef Drexl (Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition), Prof. Ariel Ezrachi (Oxford University), Prof. Michal Gal (Haifa University), Prof. Harry First (New York University), Dr Liza Lovdahl Gormsen (British Institute for International and Comparative Law), Barry Lynn (New America), Prof. Bill Kovacic (Competition and Markets Authority, George Washington University and King’s College), Munesh Mahtani (Senior Competition Counsel, Google), Terrell McSweeny (Commissioner, US Federal Trade Commission), Brian Message (ATC Music Management Company), Mario Monti (The Senate of the Italian Republic), Andreas Mundt (President, German Bundeskartellamt), Prof. John Naughton (Cambridge University), Agustin Reyna (BEUC – The European Consumer Organisation), Sir Peter Roth (President, Competition Appeal Tribunal), Prof. Maurice Stucke (Tennessee University), Prof. Spencer Waller (Chicago Loyola University), Lord Larry Whitty (House of Lords), Prof. Rebecca Williams (Oxford University).
For the full programme and registration, log onto: https://www.law.ox.ac.uk/online-markets-and-offline-welfare-effects