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SAVE THE DATE: CCP Annual Conference 2016

The CCP Annual Conference will take place on 9-10 June 2016 on the topic of Competition Policy in Financial Markets...


Anna Rita Bennato (Oxford Brookes University)
"The Incidence of Fines on Cartel Dynamic Pricing”.
The seminar will be held from 1-2 pm, in TPSC 1.03

New CERRE study by CCP says policies need to be revisited to keep utilities’ services affordable.

A new CERRE study on the affordability of utilities, co-authored by the Centre for Competition Policy’s Professor Catherine Waddams and Dr David Deller, has found that whilst it is clear that the...

New CCP WP suggests the EU Directive will fail to help consumers claim compensation

A new working paper by Dr Sebastian Peyer from the UEA Law School looks at how new measures aimed at encouraging victims of anti-competitive behaviour to seek compensation in the courts will fail...

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