Executive Education Program

Our Executive Education program in Competition Law and Economics is aimed at professionals – lawyers, business people, economists – and academics, who wish to develop state-of-the-art skills in the growing field of competition policy.

We offer a unique possibility to learn from some of the best industrial organization economists and competition law practitioners in the world how to bridge the gap between cutting-edge economics and the practice of European competition law. 

Our program offers one-day seminars in Brussels and five-day courses (regular and advanced) in Toulouse.

Next Brussels Seminars:

Winter 2020

Preparing for Court: What it Takes to be an Effective Expert Witness
February 13, 2020
Program


Spring 2020

Recent Developments in Competition Economics
Date TBC
Program



Next Toulouse Courses:

Winter 2020

Regular course: The Law and Economics of Abusive Behavior
March 09 - 13, 2020
Program


Spring 2020

Regular course: The Law and Economics of EU Merger Control
May 11 - 15, 2020
Program

 

TSE Executive Education offers seminars, to be held in Brussels. 

Every year we organize four seminars to present to practitioners (lawyers, economists and inside counsel), competition agency officials and academics the latest thinking in industrial organization and the economics of competition. Special attention will be given to platform markets and markets for new technologies, such as Artificial Intelligence.

Top TSE economists, including Nobel laureate Professor Jean Tirole, will talk about their latest research in these areas and discuss their implications for practice.

Seminar details: 

1-day seminar (8 hours) in english
Venue: Hotel Renaissance
Fee*: 3000 euros, includes coffee break, lunch and closing cocktail reception
* Special discounts apply for early birds and different categories of participants (see here)


Next seminars:

Winter 2020

Preparing for Court: What it Takes to be an Effective Expert Witness
February 13, 2020
Program


Spring 2020

Recent Developments in Competition Economics
Date TBC
Program

 

TSE Executive Education offers regular and advanced courses, to be held at TSE in Toulouse. 

Our regular courses bring up to speed practitioners, competition agency officials and academics with recent developments in the economics of competition. We will discuss the relevant economic and legal principles, apply those principles to assess actual cases and then put them into practice in a mock case.

The advanced courses will further develop the understanding of our participants on the most cutting-edge methodologies and arguments used in antitrust and merger cases around the world. Our goal is to help create an elite group of competition experts who can make a mark in how competition cases are analyzed in the future.

Courses details:

 5-day course in english, Monday to Friday (30 hours)
Venue: Toulouse School of Economics
Fee*: 6000 / 9000 euros (Regular / Advanced course), includes coffee breaks, lunches and one dinner
Up to 30 participants - Application is required **

* Special discounts apply for early birds and different categories of participants (see here)
** Applicants will be selected by our management committee for admission. Payment will be required only after selection.


Next courses:

Winter 2020

Regular course: The Law and Economics of Abusive Behavior
March 09 - 13, 2020
Program


Spring 2020

Regular course: The Law and Economics of EU Merger Control
May 11 - 15, 2020
Program

 

Advanced Course - Quantifying Damages in Private Litigation
June 08 -12 , 2020
Program


Fall 2020

Advanced course: Antitrust in Platform Markets
October 05 - 09, 2020
Program

 

Advanced course: Empirical Methods in Merger Control
November 16 - 20, 2020
Program

 


 

  • All courses and seminars are given in English.

  • All applications, registrations and payments must be done through our website. 

  • Participation fees do not include accommodation and/or travel expenses. Participants must make their own travel and accommodation arrangements.

  • Special discounts apply for early birds and different categories of participants: see here

For any further information regarding our program, please contact us directly to: executive-education@tse-fr.eu


Brussels seminars:

Fee: 3000 euros (includes coffee break, lunch and closing cocktail reception).
*Admittance to the seminar cannot be permitted without prior receipt of payment or a valid proof of payment

February 13, 2020 - Seminar: Preparing for Court: What it Takes to be an Effective Expert Witness
 before January 24, 2020



Toulouse courses:

Fee: Regular course: 6000 euros - Advanced course: 9000 euros (includes coffee breaks; lunches and one dinner). Application is required*
*Applicants will be selected by our management committee for admission. Payment will be required only after selection.
 

March 09 - 13, 2020 - Regular Course: The Law and Economics of Abusive Behavior 
before January 10, 2020

 

May 11 - 15, 2020 - Regular Course: The Law and Economics of EU Merger Control
before March 16, 2020

 

June 08 - 12, 2020 - Advanced Course: Quantifying Damages in Private Litigation
before April 10, 2020

 

October 05 - 09, 2020 - Advanced Course: Antitrust in Platform Markets
before August 14, 2020

 

November 16 - 20, 2020 - Advanced Course: Empirical Methods in Merger Control
before September 18, 2020


Cancellation Policy:
All cancellations must be received in advance by email to: executive-education@tse-fr.eu

Fees will be reimbursed according to the following policies:
February Seminar:
•    TSE will return the fee minus 300 euros administration charge if cancelled by December 13, 2019
•    TSE will return 50% of the fee if cancelled by January 13, 2020
•    No refund on or after January 13, 2020

    Jorge Padilla, TSE Executive Education Program Director

    Patrick Rey, TSE Executive Education Scientific Director

    Jean Tirole, TSE Honorary Chairman

   Alexandre de Cornière, Toulouse School of Economics

  Jacques Crémer, Toulouse School of Economics

  Pierre Dubois, Toulouse School of Economics

   Daniel Ershov, Toulouse School of Economics

  Bruno Jullien, Toulouse School of Economics

  Wilfried Sand-ZantmanToulouse School of Economics

  Paul Seabright, Toulouse School of Economics


   Enrique Andreu, Compass Lexecon

   Giacomo Calzolari, European University Institute

   Cani Fernandez, Cuatrecasas

   William Kovacic, George Washington University

   Ioannis Lianos, University College London

   Sébastien Mitraille, Toulouse Business School

   Robert O'Donoghue, Brick Court Chambers

   Michele Polo, Bocconi University

   Sir Peter Roth, Competition Appeal Tribunal

   Marc Van der Woude, General Court of the European Union

   James Venit, Dentons

   Frank Verboven, KU Leuven

Please note that participation fees do not include accommodation and/or travel expenses. Participants must make their own travel and accommodation arrangements.

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