2012 Annual Conference – Second Session

Room One

Kai Hüschelrath (ZEW): The Impact of Cartelization on Pricing Dynamics – Evidence from the German Cement Industry

Bruce Wardaugh (Newcastle University): Cartel Control, Public and Private Sanctions: Lessons Europe Can Learn from the American Experience

Morten Hviid (CCP): Regulation vs. Self-help: A natural experiment

Room Two

Niamh Dunne (University of Cambridge): Discounting Fines to Account for Regulation: A Critical Assessment of Commission Practice

Peter Ormosi (CCP): Towards the unbiased assessment of law enforcement: deterrence, detection and other niceties

Francisco Marcos: (Center for European Studies/ IE Law School) Diminishing Enforcement: Negative Effects for Deterrence of Mistaken Settlements and Misguided Competition Promotion and Advocacy

About CCP
The Centre for Competition Policy (CCP) conducts interdisciplinary research into competition policy and regulation.

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