4 February 2016
Time: 5:00 - 7:00pm
Venue: Room 313, Law Building, School of Law, Queen Mary University of London, Mile End Road, London E1 4NS
The Centre for European and International Legal Affairs (CEILA) and the Interdisciplinary Centre for Competition Law and Policy (ICC) in the School of Law at Queen Mary University of London co-host this new book forum for Dr Maria Ioannidou's (QMUL) new book, Consumer Involvement in Private EU Competition Law Enforcement, published by Oxford University Press. The forum will begin with an introduction to the book by Dr Ioannidou, and will be followed by short commentary.
- Welcome by Professor Eyad Maher Dabbah (QMUL, Director of ICC)
- Sir Christopher Bellamy (Chair)
- Aidan Robertson (Brick Court Chambers)
- Dr Assimakis Komninos (White and Case - Brussels)
- Professor Barry Rodger (Strathclyde)
- Dr Arianna Andreangeli (Edinburgh)
- Introduction and Response by Dr Maria Ioannidou (QMUL)
About the Book
Despite the growing importance of 'consumer welfare' in EU competition law debates, there remains a significant disconnect between rhetoric and reality, as consumers and their interests still play only an ancillary role in this area of law.
Consumer Involvement in Private EU Competition Law Enforcement is the first monograph to exclusively address this highly topical and much debated subject, providing a timely and wide-ranging examination of the need for more active consumer participation in competition law. Written by an expert in the field, it sets out a comprehensive framework of policy implications and arguments for greater involvement, positioning the debate in the context of a broader EU law perspective. It outlines pragmatic approaches to remedial and procedural measures that would enable consumer empowerment. Finally, the book identifies key institutional and political obstacles to the adoption of effective measures, and suggests alternative routes to enhance the role of consumers in private competition law enforcement.
The book's innovative approach, combining normative analysis and practical solutions, make it invaluable for academics, policy-makers, and practitioners in the field.
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