Το ΟΠΑ διοργανώνει το 5ο Ευρωπαϊκό Θερινό Σχολείο και Συνέδριο σε Θέματα Ανταγωνισμού και Ρύθμισης Αγορών (CRESSE), το οποίο θα πραγματοποιηθεί από 25/6 έως 9/7/2010
Chania - Crete, Greece, June 25th to July 9th 2010
Fifth International Conference on Competition and Regulation
Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB) announces the 5th European Summer School and Conference in Competition and Regulation (CRESSE) that will be held in the seaside resort of Galatas-
Chania, in Crete, from June 25th to July 9th 2010.
CRESSE Faculty consists of some of the very top European economists and legal experts in Competition and Regulation from over 25 distinguished EU Universities.
The Summer School provides a comprehensive account of the most up-to-date developments in economic theory, empirical analysis and legislation in Competition Policy and Sectoral Regulation. The content is largely non-technical and case-study
based and is organized in eight self-contained Modules of 16-hour (maximum) duration.
The CRESSE Annual Conference will take place on 2nd- 4th of July 2010 and its theme will be "Advances in the Analysis of Competition Policy and Regulation".
Keynote speaker: J-J Laffont Lecture - Professor Mark Armstrong, UCL
As June is approaching, we invite you to book your place at the 2010 CRESSE Summer School & Conference and remind you of the following Special Participation Fee Discounts:
- Participation in Summer School & Conference
- Early Applicants (for independent participants) who register and arrange their fees by 31st March 2010 (25% discount!)
- Postgraduate/ PhD Students (who are not in full time employment)
- Participation in the Conference alone
Deadline for Summer School and Conference Applications: 28th May 2010
The 2010 CRESSE Summer School and Conference will be hosted at the "Kalliston Grecotel Hotel" which is located in the seaside
resort of Galatas, about 4,5km from the Chania Town (Crete - Greece).
For all further information on the School and the Conference please access the Summer School Website.