Trade, development and competition
6 December 2021 Zoom
THE 2021 OECD GLOBAL FORUM ON COMPETITION WILL DISCUSS TRADE, DEVELOPMENT AND COMPETITION
Competition can be a powerful force for economic development, growth and productivity. Both competition policy and trade policy can play a role in harnessing competition for these purposes, but the interaction between the two is not often considered. This may change in the years ahead, as policymakers consider how to promote development through competition in a world characterised by different economic and trading systems, as well as growing recognition of the need for a level international playing field.
In December 2021, the 20th edition of the Global Forum on Competition will seek to make the link between these two policy areas, and explore where there are tensions and common ground. Some key questions that will be covered include:
The session will be led by a panel of experts from both policy areas to debate these questions, and discuss with delegates in an interactive Q&A format.
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2021 Forum sessions and materials
The Role of Competition Policy in Promoting Economic Recovery, OECD Policy Roundtables 2020 & 2021
Competition provisions in trade agreements, Global Forum on Competition 2019
Benefits and challenges of regional competition agreements, Global Forum on Competition 2018
Competition law and state-owned enterprises, Global Forum on Competition 2018
Are competition and democracy symbiotic?, Global Forum on Competition 2017
Extraterritorial reach of competition remedies, OECD Policy Roundtables, 2017
Links to drivers in competition employment, Global Forum on Competition 2015