Competition Policy blog
On the Competition Policy Blog our aim is to comment selectively on:
- Competition issues in the news
- Government and agency policies
- New academic research that particularly catches our eye
We hope it will be of interest to practitioners, academics, students and journalists.
We tend to keep posts short (up to 800 words). Our comments are founded in our understanding of the latest academic research but written in an accessible, non-technical style.
Note: This blog has been discontinued (as of February 2016), but remains accessible for archival purposes.
research@CCP was established to disseminate and publicise our research activities as widely as possible. Blog posts cover (amongst other things):
- Policy Briefing
- Working Papers
- Press Releases
- Responses to Consultations
CCP members are also regular contributors to Eastminster, a global politics and policy blog from the University of East Anglia.
The blog aims to promote debate about politics around the world and provides expert political analysis from staff in the School of Political, Social and International Studies.