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Using Economics in Competition Law

Understanding how economic tools can support you.

This CPD-accredited training course will give you a comprehensive grounding in the latest economic theory and empirical techniques used by the European Commission, national competition authorities and courts. You will also develop a toolkit to judge when and how competition is being distorted or restricted. Case studies are used throughout our courses to put the theory and techniques into practice.

November 03 2014 -

November 04 2014

Utility Regulation

This CPD-accredited training course will give you a comprehensive grounding in the principles of economic regulation.

Whether you are involved in writing regulatory submissions,developing regulatory strategy, or seeking to ensure compliance in a liberalising market, you will come away from this course with the understanding you need, combined with the latest practical applications.

October 20 2014 -

October 24 2014

Utility Finance

This CPD-accredited training course will give you a comprehensive grounding in the financial aspects of economic regulation.

Whether you are involved in charge control reviews or trying to assess the impact of economic regulation on the value of your business, you will come away from this course with the understanding you need, combined with the latest practical applications.

November 10 2014 -

November 12 2014

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