The Competition X-Change seminars are bringing together the viewpoints of different jurisdictions across the globe, to share thoughts and experiences on a particular topic, and learn from each other.
We will launch the series with a seminar on Competition Advocacy and Competition Culture. Our first event on Thursday 26 November (13:00 CET) will explore how competition authorities from different jurisdictions across the globe approach advocacy and competition culture.
Representatives of four agencies ( El Salvador, Colombia, Kenya and Hong Kong) will join Dr Wendy Ng (Melbourne) to talk about their experiences with public awareness of competition law and their attempts to advocate for competition law understanding and compliance within the context of their culture and jurisdiction.
This will be a Zoom seminar: Register here.
‘Competition X-Change’ is a unique project within the framework of the ASCOLA – Academic Society for Competition Law. It is a collaboration of ASCOLA’s regional chapters, to bring together the viewpoints from different jurisdictions across the globe and to share cross-regional experience in competition law enforcement & scholarship.
Further information about the inaugural event and the Competition X-Change project is available here.