The Competition Commission of India has played an effective role in improving the market economy by facilitating ease of access to service to its customers. Competition among businesses has long been encouraged as a mechanism to increase value for consumers. In other words, competition maintains the provision of better products and services to satisfy the needs of customers.
Moreover, the history of innovation suggests that competition laws and competition law authorities have consistently played an important role to implement its regulation. There are various examples from across the globe that reflect the important role competition law has played, and continues to play, in regulating innovation.
Competition Law has an important role in day-to-day business of a company. As businesses adjust their practices to the changing market environment, the boundaries of the law are greatly challenged. Enforcement of competition law requires experts from different sectors of the economy and disciplines of law and economics.
Cases involving Google or Facebook as well as attempts to regulate AirBnB and Uber or the position of household energy producers may serve as examples. Busting cartels is the utmost priority of any competition agency as they are the most egregious violation of competition law and hence this workshop will provide a unique learning on the professional practice and experience as to how to further specialize in competition law and study the regulatory framework applicable to economic activities in fast-moving and progressively digitalized markets.
To understand relevant laws and regulations governing competition in the Indian market
To learn about the recent trends in competition law and its application in the relevant field
Who can participate?
The workshop is open for students pursuing graduate studies in the field of law, economics, business and management, members of academics and professionals of allied disciplines.
Kindly send the soft copy of duly filled registration formalong with the copy of payment made by email with the subject as Registration for ‘Workshop on recent trends in competition law’ to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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