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The Digital Markets Act: EU Competition Policy at a Crossroad

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  • Mon 16 Nov 2020 11.00 - 18.15
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The European University Institute (EUI) invites you to the online conference The Digital Markets Act: EU Competition Policy at a Crossroads. Within the EUI, the event is organised under the umbrella framework of the Technological Change and Society research group cluster, as a first-time joint venture between the Florence Competition Programme (FCP) and the EU Competition Law and Policy Workshop. Amongst other things, this event is intended to generate input that can be used at the traditional yearly session of EU Competition Law and Policy Workshop in the Spring/Summer 2021. The online conference will take place on 16th November 2020.

 

The conference aims to gather academics, practitioners, officials from the EU institutions (i.e. Commission, Parliament and Council), National Competition Authorities, as well as industry representatives to discuss the pros. and cons. of the Digital Markets Act (DMA) proposal. The event is timely since the Commission is expected to publish the DMA proposal by the end of 2020. The proposal will later be debated within the Council and the European Parliament in the course of 2021.

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  Event online - Zoom

The European University Institute (EUI) invites you to the online conference The Digital Markets Act: EU Competition Policy at a Crossroads. Within the EUI, the event is organised under the umbrella framework of the Technological Change and Society research group cluster, as a first-time joint venture between the Florence Competition Programme (FCP) and the EU Competition Law and Policy Workshop. Amongst other things, this event is intended to generate input that can be used at the traditional yearly session of EU Competition Law and Policy Workshop in the Spring/Summer 2021. The online conference will take place on 16th November 2020.

 

The conference aims to gather academics, practitioners, officials from the EU institutions (i.e. Commission, Parliament and Council), National Competition Authorities, as well as industry representatives to discuss the pros. and cons. of the Digital Markets Act (DMA) proposal. The event is timely since the Commission is expected to publish the DMA proposal by the end of 2020. The proposal will later be debated within the Council and the European Parliament in the course of 2021.


Location:
Event online - Zoom

Affiliation:
Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies

Type:
Conference

Attachment:
Programme.pdf

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