Kai Hüschelrath (ZEW)
Georg Licht (ZEW)
Volker Nocke (University of Mannheim)
Martin Peitz (University of Mannheim and ZEW)
Heike Schweitzer (University of Mannheim)
Konrad Stahl (University of Mannheim and ZEW)
The preliminary schedule for 2009 can be downloaded here.
The preliminary schedule for 2010 can be downloaded here.
The series typically takes place every other Thursday during term. Presentations start at 5.15 p.m. Further information on the forum – such as topics, presenters, dates and locations – are provided in the List of all events below.
You can download the flyer for the Mannheim Competition Policy Forum here.
Dr. Kai Hüschelrath, firstname.lastname@example.org
List of all events
Empirical Issues in Antitrust
Aspects of competition in the electricity industry in the UK
Quantifying antitrust damages
The Statoil / Conoco Phillips (JET) Case
Competition between Railway Operators and Low Cost Carriers in Long-Distance Passenger Transport
Competition Enquiries in the Dutch Gas Sector - Economics Put to Practice
Leniency Programs - Economic Models and Legal Practice
Use and Abuse of Quantitative Analysis in Merger Control
Thomas W. Ross
Some Anticompetitive Effects of Strategic Alliances and Joint Ventures
Maarten P. Schinkel
On the Overcharge Method as a Measure for Antitrust Damages
Competition and Price Discrimination in the German Mobile Telecommunications Market
Fishy business: Multi-jurisdictional treatment of a horizontal merger in salmon farming
Interconnection Agreements and Network Competition
Competition, Monopoly and Aftermarkets
Economics in Competition Law - Challenges and Desired Standards
Estimating Switching Costs from Aggregated Data
On Optimal Legal Standards for Competition Policy: A General Welfare-Based Analysis
Are Joint Negotiations in Standard Setting "Reasonably Necessary"?