Prof. Michal Gal (Haïfa, Israël) has been elected Chair of Ascola by the General Assembly of the Association. The meeting took place in Leiden, during the annual conference. The new Chair will be assisted by Prof. Heike Schweitzer (Berlin, Germany), who will serve as a Vice Chair.
The annual conference is about to begin, and we are thrilled to welcome in Leiden the biggest concentration of independent competition law and policy scholars around the world.
Together with other competition law aficionados, Ascola Member and Chair Paul Nihoul has recently edited a book on the place of "Choice" in Competition Law Analysis.
This is the programme for the workshop to be held at Leiden during the 11th Ascola Annual Conference. As a reminder, the workshop takes place during 2 different moments of the conference.
Please find here the programme for the 11th Ascola annual conference to be held in June in Leiden, NL. Discover the content - and join us for 3 days of hard thinking and soft relations about competition law and policy worldwide.
On Thursday 14 April 2016, the Competition law Scholars Forum (CLASF) will organise a workshop on "Competition and regulatory trends in digital markets” at Lisbon Law University (FDL).
The 2016 Fee Membersghip Campaign has started - as usual the association is inviting his members to fulfill their duty during this month of March. The dues are essential for the association to organise its activities and fulfill its goals.
Under the leadership of Ascola Board Member Caron Beaton-Wells, the University of Melbourne Law School is launching a premium fully online postgraduate program in global competition and consumer law.
On the 11th of September 2015, Luiss Guido Carli University hosted an International Conference on "Towards the implementation of Directive 2014/104/EU on antitrust damages".