Some 40 practitioners from the South Caucasus engaged in work to address the consequences of conflict in the region met in Brussels on 29-30 November, to discuss best practices and approaches to...
The Global Competition Law Centre (GCLC) of the College of Europe aims at promoting cutting-edge research in competition law and economics.
Unlike traditional research centres, the GCLC is not a brick and mortar organization. It has no physical presence on the campus of the College of Europe. It disseminates ideas and promotes research through its website. In addition, the GCLC benefits from a large network of competition professionals, built through the organization of regular activities in Europe and elsewhere.
Since its inception in January 2004, the GCLC has gained credentials as a high level discussion forum for academics, practitioners, and enforcement officers in the competition field across the world.
The GCLC regularly organizes conferences, publishes books and hosts a working papers series. In addition, the GCLC awards a yearly prize for the best dissertation in competition law and policy written at the College of Europe.
Lunch talk of the GCLC
10 June 2021
Merger assessment below the radar: The Commission's approach to Article 22 EUMR
- Guillaume LORIOT, European Commission;
- Cani FERNÁNDEZ VICIÉN, Spanish Competition Authority (CNMC)
Moderator: Bernd MEYRING (College of Europe)
Evening policy talk
21 September 2020
Antitrust & Regulatory Policy in Digital Industries: Roundtable on "Big Tech and the Digital Economy" (OUP, 2020)
Guillaume LORIOT, Director, DG COMP
Bill KOVACIC, George Washington University (GWU)
David TEECE, Hass School of Business & Berkeley Research Group (BRG)
29 January – 5 February – 12 February 2021
Ex post assessment of European competition enforcement: Did agency intervention restore competition in the market?
24 October 2019
GCLC-FTAO Conference: "Sustainability and Competition Policy: Bridging two Worlds to Enable a Fairer Economy" (24/10)
21 June 2018
GCLC One-day Conference: The Path towards Modern EU Competition Policy
Honoring the contribution of Mario Siragusa