Over 100 developing countries and economies in transition have adopted a regulatory regime for private sector development that includes a competition law. In most cases, the design of the competition law reflects the level of economic development of the country concerned, the structure of the economy and its constitution and culture. However, in other countries the competition stands alone and often is a simple transplant from a developed or from another developing country. This talk will focus on the key variables involved in the choice of the particular competition regime and its enforcement.

 

A sandwich lunch will be available from 12.30. The meeting will begin at 1pm.