Seminar

Regular Course: Quantifying Cartel Damages

June 11–13, 2020

Executive education seminar

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, this course has been cancelled 

Course objectives:

This course will provide participants with an in-depth knowledge of state-of-the-art economic and econometric tools for the calculation of damages: from the assessment of a cartel overcharge to the evaluation of the share of that overcharge that is passed on from plaintiffs to their clients. These techniques will be put in practice by reference to recent cases.

Key benefits:

• Learning about the use of econometrics to calculate cartel overcharges
• Using economic and techniques to assess pass on • Apply state-of-the-art techniques to calculate damages in abuse of dominance cases
• Integrate economics with law to effectively litigate damages cases

Lecturers:

Benoît Durand, RBB Economics
Prof. Daniel Ershov, TSE
Christos Genakos, Cambridge University
Xavier Mas, Frontier Economics 
Robin Noble, Oxera 
Dr. Jorge Padilla, TSE