On 5 October, Executive Vice President, Kirsten Edwards-Warren, was a moderator for the Concurrences Antitrust Horizon: Meet the Enforcers conference in Brussels.
Expert economists Valerie Meunier, Rameet Sangha and David Sevy authored a chapter for Global Competition Review’s second edition of The Guide to Life Sciences. Introduction This chapter addresses the following competition issues, from an economist’s perspective, as they relate to the pharmaceutical industry: Read the full chapter here This article was originally published by GCR here. … Continued
Senior Managing Director, Jorge Padilla, co-authored an article for the Economic Journal alongside academic affiliate, Daniele Condorelli, presenting a theory of monopoly protection by means of entry in adjacent markets that have a common customer base.
On 22 September 2023, Compass Lexecon hosted its second Economics Conference at Wadham College, Oxford, UK with the theme “Competition economics and industrial organisation, and the scope for novel techniques and analysis in this area”.
On 22 June, Executive Vice President, David Sevy spoke at the Concurrences New Frontiers of Antitrust Conference at the Ministry of Economics in Paris. David spoke on panel 2 with Laila Medina, Séverine Schrameck, Wouter Wils and Rafael Amaro to discuss “The interplay between public and private enforcement: have we got the balance right?”. Key … Continued
Economist Daniel Urdaneta recently authored a series of papers for Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Institute, Chile. In the second part of this series – on how to integrate competition economics concepts into the investment process – Daniel reviews case studies of companies that lost market power and posted heavy losses in the last decade. He also points out the warning signs to determine if a company is at risk of losing its competitive moat.
Economist Chi Trieu co-authored a paper for The Economic Journal, alongside Hannah Schildberg-Hörisch, Marco A. Schwarz and Jana Willrodt, examining the outcomes of affirmative action policies and their links to perceived fairness. In this paper, the authors provide evidence from a laboratory experiment that implements several affirmative action policies in the form of quota rules … Continued
Senior Managing Director, Jorge Padilla authored a chapter for the Kluwer Law International book ‘Regulation 1/2003 and EU Antitrust Enforcement: A Systematic Guide’ on The EU Competition Procedures from the Perspective of an Economist: Decision Theory and Legal Process in EU Competition Law.
Economist Daniel Urdaneta recently authored a paper for Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Institute, Chile, explaining the relevance of competition analysis for finance.
Economist Joe Perkins co-authored an article alongside expert economists Gabriele Corbetta for the Network Law Review on the frameworks for dynamic competition.