The CCLP provides a venue for scholars and practitioners to exchange views on competition law and policy through its Conferences, Workshops, Discussion Forums and its Online Papers and Materials Database.

The CCLP hosts the yearly Antitrust Enforcement Symposium in collaboration with the Journal of Antitrust Enforcement. The CCLP is also home to the ‘Guest Lecture Programme’ where leading practitioners and academics discuss recent issues of competition law and policy. In addition, the Centre offers training programmes for competition officials and operates a voluntary programme on ‘The Value of Competition’.


In May 2017, the CCLP hosted a conference under the banner, Online Markets and Offline Welfare Effects – The Internet, Competition, Society and Democracy, bringing together leading policy makers, enforcers, academics and practitioners to discuss the rise of the digital economy and its consequences.

A selection of papers from the conference can be viewed here.

The session on Policy and Enforcement Choices, featuring Lord David Currie (Chairman, UK Competition and Markets Authority), Isabelle de Silva (President, Autorité de la Concurrence), Terrell McSweeny (Commissioner, US Federal Trade Commission), Mario Monti (The Senate of the Italian Republic), Andreas Mundt (President, German Bundeskartellamt), is available on YouTube.

Online Markets and Offline Welfare Effects – The Internet, Competition, Society and Democracy


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