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OECD Competition Open Day 2020

 

 26 February 2020    OECD Conference Centre, Paris  

 

On 26 February 2020 the OECD will welcome the competition community to the second OECD Competition Open Day. A rich networking opportunity, the 2020 event will discuss:

  • Competition in the digital age 
  • FinTech and Big Tech
  • Labour market
  • Merger control in dynamic markets 

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This event is open to competition experts, government representatives, competition lawyers, economists, consultants, in-house counsels, regulators, representatives of academia and the media.

This event will be webcasted live and the recording will be available as video-on-demand after the event. Please see the personal data protection at the OECD.

» VIDEO: OECD Competition Open Day 2020

REGISTRATION

To register please click hereWe encourage you to register early since space is limited.

 

CONTACT

2020 Competition Open Day sponsorship enquiries can be addressed to Lynn Robertson

General and media enquiries can be addressed to Angelique Servin.

 

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A series of blog entries will explore the different topics under discussion. 

Blog 1: Collective bargaining 4.0: using labour law to extend coverage to new forms of work

Blog 2: Competition enforcement could help labour markets function better

Blog 3: Charting the way forward for digital competition policy

 

Agenda and Speakers

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Janos Barberis [Bio] ‌ 
Head of Entrepreneurship and member of the Advisory Academic Board, Centre for Finance, Technology and Entrepreneurship (CFTE), Founder and CEO of SuperCharger

 

Margarida Matos Rosa [Bio] 
President, Portuguese Competition Authority

 

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Andrea Bassanini [Bio] 
Senior Economist, Employment, Labour and Social Affairs Directorate, OECD

 

Douglas Melamed [Bio] ‌
Professor of Law at the Stanford Law School

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Anne Boden [Bio]
Founder and CEO of Starling Bank, UK

 

Eric A. Posner [Bio] 
Kirkland & Ellis Distinguished Service Professor of Law, University of Chicago

  Sarah Court [Bio] ‌  
Commissioner of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) and Associate Commissioner of the New Zealand Commerce Commission
 

Nancy L. Rose [Bio]  
Head of the Department of Economics and Charles P. Kindleberger Professor of Applied Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

 

 

  Jacques Cremer [Bio] 
Professor of Economics, Toulouse School of Economics
 

Tommaso Valletti [Bio]  
Professor of Economics, Imperial College Business School, and former Chief Economist, European Commission's DG COMP

 

 

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Amelia Fletcher [Bio]  
Professor of Competition Policy, Norwich Business School and Deputy Director, Centre for Competition Policy (CCP) at University of East Anglia and Non-Executive Director of the UK Competition and Markets Authority 

 

Helder Vasconcelos [Bio] 
Vice-Rector, Porto University

 


Related Materials

Roundtable on merger control in dynamic markets

Roundtable on digital disruption in financial markets (FinTech) 

Roundtable on competition issues in labour markets

Roundtable on vertical mergers in the technology, media and telecom sector

OECD work on competition, digital economy and innovation

 

VIDEO: Digital disruption in FinTech VIDEO: Competition issues in labour markets VIDEO: The welfare effects of vertical mergers

RELATED EVENTS

One-day workshop for competition officials only will be held the day before this conference. For more information see:

2020 OECD Workshop on vertical mergers and vertical restraints (25 February)

2019 OECD Competition Open Day (Missed the event? Video on demand available here)

2019 G7 Conference on Competition and the Digital Economy

 

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