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Interrelation between economic freedom and democracy: the case of post-communist countries

Dabrowski M.

In bk.: The Ambivalence of Power in the Twenty-First Century Economy: Cases from Russia and beyond. L.: University College London Press, 2022. Ch. 2. P. 14-35.

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PREDICTING THE LEVEL OF FALSIFICATION OF FINANCIAL STATEMENTS IN RUSSIAN MANUFACTURING ENTERPRISES IN 2012–2019

Ладыгина К. С.

Economics/EC. WP BRP. Высшая школа экономики, 2022. No. 253.

Presentation of Yannis Katsoulakos

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In order to discuss these issues the Higher School of Economics is happy to invite you to the presentation of Yannis Katsoulacos ‘Could a move to more presumption-based Legal Standards be justified, on cost of error minimizing grounds, for the big-tech digital platform markets?’

Competition policy towards Big Tech has become an important challenge for competition policy. There is a worldwide discussion about whether antitrust/competition enforcement should be complemented (or even substituted) by industry-specific ex ante regulations – such as the Digital Market Act (European Union), the American Innovation and Choice Online Bill and the Open App Market Act (United States). The Memorandum signed by the Federal Antimonopoly Service with the largest digital companies in Russia presents a similar approach to enforcement. However an important issue is whether classic antitrust/ competition enforcement towards digital platforms should be reformed in order to improve the effectiveness of public policy? 

Presenter

Yannis Katsoulacos

Emeritus Professor of Economics, the Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB) (2020 - ), Affiliated Chair Professor, Jiangxi University of Finance and Economics, China (2021 –),Visiting Professor at ESSEC Business School, Paris (2019 – 2020), Visiting Professor at the LSE European Institute (2018 – 2019), Former Commissioner of Hellenic Competition Commission (1995 – 2005), Senior Academic Consultant for Charles River Associates (2011 – ), Founder and Chair of Scientific Committee of CRESSE – ‘Advances in the Analysis of Competition Policy and Regulation’ Summer School and Conference.

Discussant

Andrey Shastitko

Professor, Head of Competition and Industrial Policy, Chair, Economic Faculty of Moscow Lomonosov University (2011 – ), Head of the Center of the Analysis of Competition and Economic Regulation, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.

Presentation date

Presentation will take place on September 27, 14.00-16.00 Moscow time, by Zoom (link will be provided in due course).

To register for the talk and obtain password, please contact GYusupova@hse.ru