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OECD Competition Open Day 2019

 

27 February 2019  OECD Conference Centre, Paris 

 

330 x 330

The OECD Competition Open Day will offer a unique opportunity to discuss cutting-edge topics recently addressed by the OECD Competition Committee. The inaugural event in Paris will include sessions on: 

  • Vertical restraints and exclusionary practices in e-commerce 

  • Non-price competition in digital markets

  • Excessive prices in pharmaceutical markets

  • Gun jumping and pre-closing exchanges of information

This event is open not only to competition experts and government representatives but also to competition lawyers, economists, consultants, in-house counsels, regulators, representatives of academia and the media


AGENDA

» Programme


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Implications of E-commerce for Competition Policy - more details on the discussion  Link to an external site icon

Personalised Pricing in the Digital Era - more details on the discussion Link to an external site icon

Non-price effects of mergers - more details on the discussion Link to an external site icon

Quality considerations in the zero-price economy - more details on the discussion Link to an external site icon

Excessive prices in pharmaceutical markets - more details on the discussion Link to an external site icon

Gun jumping and suspensory effects of merger notifications - more details on the discussion Link to an external site icon

Information Exchanges Between Competitors under Competition Law, Policy roundtables 2010


VENUE
 

OECD Conference Centre, 2 rue André-Pascal, 75016 Paris, France.

 

REGISTRATION

If you haven't received an invitation yet, you may pre-register here.

 

CONTACT

Enquiries relating to this event can be addressed to Angelique Servin.


RELATED EVENTS

Two workshops for competition officials only will be held the day before and the day after this conference. For more information see:

Workshop on Recent Challenges in Competition and IP in Pharmaceutical Markets (26 February)

Workshop on Competition in Publicly Funded Markets (28 February)

 

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