Competition Law Scholars Forum


Competition First? Reconciling Competition with other Norms in Modern Competition Law

A CLaSF Workshop

Glasgow, Thursday April 16 2009, Strathclyde University Law School.


Of Jurisdiction and Justification- Why Competition is Good for ‘Non-Economic’ goals, but may need to be Restricted,
Hans Vedder, University of Groningen

Dialectical Antitrust: Can We Protect Competition Without Protecting Consumers?
Oles Andriychuk, PHD student, EUI, Florence

Environmental Protection and EC Competition Policy: Why competition isn’t special
Suzanne Kingston, UCD, Dublin

Competition or environmental protection? Is it necessary to choose?
Zsofia Tari, PHD student, Faculty of Law and Political Sciences, Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Budapest

The Role of Competition Law in Low Carbon Emission Energy Production: the dog that failed to bark?
Dan Wilsher, City Law School, London

Competition Law and Financial Stability
Dr Giorgio Monti, LSE
with panel discussants Szymon Gebski, PHD student, EUI, Florence; Abayomi Al Ameen, Swansea Law School and Declan Walsh, Faculty of Law, UCC, Cork

Financing Health Care. What is the impact of the EC State Aid rules on the national organisation of health care?
Professor Johan van de Gronden, Radboud University Nijmegen

Competition and Welfare: Mutually Exclusive?
Prof Philippa Watson, City University, London

Competition Policy and Trade, Substitutes or Complements?
Kai Hüschelrath, Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW), Department of Industrial Economics and International Management, Mannheim

WTO and Competition Policy: Where does India stand,
Manasvini Raj, student NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad