Competition Policy in Practice is a series of seminars focussing on the real world effects of Competition Policy

CCP launched an occasional series of early evening lectures by practitioners to supplement our regular Friday lunchtime sessions - in the inaugural lecture Iain Osborne, Group Director of Regulatory Policy, Civil Aviation Authority talked on the extremely topical issue of "Airports around London: Competition, regulation and capacity". Before moving to the CAA, Iain was CEO of the Northern Ireland Authority for Utility Regulation, and has previously held senior roles within the telecoms industry, OFGEM and at the European Commission.

This series was designed for members of CCP, students (postgraduate and undergraduate) and local practitioners with an interest in competition and regulation policy. These talks were designed to be of wider and more applied interest and individuals external to UEA were most welcome to attend.

11 October 2012
Iain Osborne, Group Director of Regulatory Policy, Civil Aviation Authority
"Airports around London: Competition, regulation and capacity"
1 November 2012
Adrian Majumdar, Partner, RBB Economics
"Coordinated effects and the Anglo American / Lafarge JV: cementing good practice or throwing theory in the mixer?"
6 December 2012
Keith Jones, Partner, Baker & McKenzie LLP 
"Competition policy in practice:  Article 102 and the need for bright lines - a challenge to economists"
For more information please download the flyer or email the team.