The inclusion of gender studies and environmental and sustainability issues are also important features of some of the programmes. Whilst all programmes have certain international components three of the programmes are entirely international either in the form of a bi-national dual degree course or by being taught in English and by including compulsory study abroad periods. The unique feature of these programmes is the combination of theory-based teaching phases and on the job-training phases. The programmes are run in close co-operation with partner companies which are also involved in programme development.
The technique was discarded 2 Strong objections were raised on aspects of the technique and the technique had no significant impact on conclusions 3 The technique was taken into consideration as evidence, albeit with reservations 4 The technique was taken seriously into consideration as evidence, however it was not solely relied upon to reach a conclusion 5 The technique was very convincing and constituted a solid basis for a conclusion We will then examine, with the support of content analysis software and manual coding, the interaction of these economic arguments in competition cases with other sorts of arguments, roughly classified as following: The aim is to explore the relative weight of economic evidence in the decision-making process Phase 3.
This information will be compared to the institutional characteristics of the legal process.
How is the decision-making process organized in competition authorities? Are economists and lawyers working in integrated units or are they complete their analysis separately? What is the part of legal and economic analysis in the published decisions of these authorities?
What is the degree of judicial scrutiny of this economic evidence exercised by the courts and the corresponding deference to the analysis of the competition authorities?
How courts are organized? Are there any specialized courts dealing with competition cases?
Does this make any difference? What is the composition of these courts? What are the available instruments in the civil procedure rules of each jurisdiction for hearing expert economic evidence and assessing it Phase 4?
Current Phase of Implementation The project is currently in Phase 1. Lianos"Judging Economists": Economic expertise in competition litigation: He has published extensively books and articles in various languages and leading academic journals in competition law and policy, regulation, the intersection of law with economics, and EU law.
In he was awarded the Philip Leverhulme prize for his seminal research on economic evidence. He received his Ph. His research focuses on industrial organization and applied microeconomics, with an emphasis on quantitative techniques for competition analysis and regulation.
The book will present the results of the first stages of the research project and will be the first empirical book length study of the integration of economic evidence in competition law in Europe.Attendance at all Research Roundtables is by invitation only. If you are interested in receiving an invitation, please send your request to: [email protected] Third Annual Research Roundtable on Energy Regulation, Technology, and Transaction Costs: Cross-Cutting Perspectives.
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