In order to further promote and refine this development, practitioners need to understand how microeconomics can help to shed light on particular aspects of competition problems.
At the same time, academics benefit from a better understanding of real-world challenges and institutional details. The forum aims at providing a platform for the discussion of recent cases, general competition policy mannheim uni semester dates, and relevant academic research in the field.
Renowned practitioners and academics will be invited to present their views on cases and general policy questions, followed by a discussion of the economic implications with the audience. Starting from the autumn semesterthe MCPF is an official part of two master's programmes at the University of Mannheim. Participation is compulsory for economics students in the competition and regulation track and for law students in the master on competition and regulation law.
Dates The series typically takes place on about six Thursdays during term. Presentations start at 5. Afterwards, most participants stay for further informal discussions.
Presenters, dates, locations and topics are provided in the schedule below. Past Events.