At the end of June 2022, the yearly conference of the Academic Society for Competition Law (ASCOLA) took place in Porto. In between panels of what is perhaps the most important antitrust conference of the year, Kay and Friso caught up with some fellow academics. They talked with Magali Eben about collegiality in the competition law community, with Francesco Ducci about his award-winning paper on randomization as an antitrust remedy, with Rupprecht Podszun about what makes the EU such an exciting place for competition law scholarship, and with Philip Marsden about the importance of antitrust policy for people today.
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Learn more about the hosts:
Kay Jebelli, Counsel to the Computer & Communications Industry Association - Twitter (@KayJebelli), LinkedIn, SSRN
Friso Bostoen, Academic at KU Leuven & Research Foundation Flanders - Twitter (@BostoenFriso), LinkedIn, SSRN
For another perspective on this year’s ASCOLA Conference, we recommend Rupprecht Podszun’s debriefing on the D’Kart Blog.
Philip Marsden’s previous antitrust rap is available on YouTube.
Francesco Ducci’s paper “Randomization as an Antitrust Remedy” is available here.
If you’d like to know more about ASCOLA, check out the website and blog here.