CRESSE

Summer School - Modules

CRESSE Summer School course contents are organised in 7 Modules of 12 to 16 hours duration each and a shorter Module (Module 8) of 4 hours duration. Particular emphasis is placed on the presentation and discussion of Case Studies. The 7 Core Modules (Module 1 – Module 7) cover all aspects of Competition Policy and Sectoral Regulation providing a comprehensive account of the most up-to-date developments in economic theory, empirical analysis and legislation in these policy areas. Shorter Module 8 concentrates on legal issues and developments. Note: Module 5 concentrates on quantitative tools and techniques and is directed to those with an educational background in economics.

The Summer School participants may also choose to attend one or more of the Advanced Short Courses offered by CRESSE – see also below.

Teaching Methods

Modules Titles Titles

Part a) Industry Economics and Game Theory for the Analysis of Market Power (8 a.h.1) by Prof. Nikos VETTAS

Part b) Market Definition and the Assessment of Market Power in Competition Law  (4 a.h.) by Prof. Yannis KATSOULACOS

Dominance and its Abuse (the economics of art. 102) (12 a.h.)
by Prof. Chiara FUMAGALLI

Collusive Practices (the economics of art. 101) (12 a.h.)
by Prof. Joe HARRINGTON

Economics of Mergers (12 a.h.)
by Prof. Υossi SPIEGEL

Quantitative Analysis of Competition Policy (12 a.h.)
by Prof. Frank VERBOVEN

Competition and Regulation in Network Industries (16 a.h.)
by Prof. Richard GREEN & Prof. Christos GENAKOS

Competition Policy and Intellectual Property Rights (8 a.h.)
by Dr. Kadambari PRASAD

Recent Developments in Competition Law (4 a.h.)
by Prof. Ioannis KOKKORIS

*Module 8 will take place at the same time with parts 5 and 6 of Module 6

Advanced Short Courses