Live comments from the CCP Summer Conference 2014

Welcome to the Live Blog of the CCP Summer Conference 2014!

Over the next two days, you can follow CCP’s 10th anniversary conference on “Problem Markets” (ranging from energy to health) with session blogs by CCP’s economics, law and political science PhD researchers Khemla Armoogum, Elizabeth Errington, Mary Guy, Richard Havell and Liang Lu.

You can also follow us on Twitter using #ccp2014conf courtesy of David Reader.

After a brief introduction and warm welcome by CCP’s Director Morten Hviid, we will kick off at 9.45am on Thursday 12th June with Steve Davies, Amelia Fletcher, Ashleye Gunn and Catherine Waddams discussing “What is a problem market?”.

Over two days we will be covering aspects as diverse as the US and EU experience of managing problem markets, demand and supply-side issues and competition with divergent public policy concerns in markets ranging from energy to health.

Day 1 (Thursday 12th June) sees presentations by:

More to follow about Day 2!

In the meantime, we hope you will enjoy the conference and look forward to receiving your feedback!


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

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