Friday, 23rd September h. 14.30 – 15.30 (CET)
Future of Antitrust in America and in Europe
According to some commentators in the last decades competition policy has been plagued by underenforcement, leading to increased concentration and stronger market power across all industries and in particular in high-tech markets. In this session four prominent economists will discuss what should, could or will be likely done to remedy this state of affairs. They will identify the industries and areas of antitrust enforcement that will experience more activity and the tools that will be employed.
- Paolo Buccirossi, Director, Lear
- Jan Eeckhout, ICREA research professor of Economics at UPF Barcelona
- Thomas Philippon, Professor of Finance at New York University’s Stern School of Business
- Nancy L. Rose, Charles P. Kindleberger Professor of Applied Economics- MIT Economics Department
- Tommaso Valletti, Professor of Economics at Imperial College Business School