ICLE submitted Comments to the Federal Communications Commission in Opposition to Petitions to Deny the T-Mobile-Sprint Merger. ICLE's comments argue that the petitions to deny fail to provide any compelling reason to adopt a presumption against this merger. To the contrary, there are good reasons to think that this transaction will benefit consumers and the economy.
On Tuesday, August 28, 2018, Truth on the Market and the International Center for Law and Economics presented a blog symposium — Is Amazon’s Appetite Bottomless? The Whole Foods Merger After One Year — that looked at the concerns surrounding the closing of the Amazon-Whole Foods merger, and how those concerns had played out over the last year.
Dirk Auer, former research fellow and current Ph.D. candidate at the University of Liège Competition and Innovation Institute will join ICLE's resident staff as Senior Fellow in Law & Economics. Dirk's Ph.D. focuses on…
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The Amazon-Whole Foods merger: Natural and organic competition in the evolving grocery industry [Amazon-Whole Foods Symposium]
University of Leeds School of Law
Pinar is a Professor of Law specializing in competition law. She is the Director of the Centre for Business Law and Practice.
She has undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in law from University of Ankara Law School. Her PhD focused on the topic of abuse of a dominant position in EU competition law.
She is the author of The Concept of Abuse in EU Competition Law: Law and Economics Approaches (Hart Publishing, Oxford, 2012). She was nominated for an Antitrust Writing Award in 2015/16 organized by Concurrences Review and George Washington University Law School Competition Law Center.
This annual international competition law conference is co-hosted by ICLE and the Centre for Business Law and Practice at the University of Leeds, UK. The purpose of the event is to provide a platform for scholars, regulators, and practitioners from both sides of the Atlantic to exchange views and develop their thinking on important aspects of competition law.