Regulating Competition in Mobile Markets, London, June 2-3
Mar 04, 2020 by PolicyTracker

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This course gives a thorough background in competition policy, explaining the latest approaches and how these evolved. It uses a series of global case studies with a particular focus on the EU regulatory framework.

Regulating competition in mobile markets considers how to balance the pros and cons in competition policy: maximising consumer benefits while encouraging investment.  It takes a detailed look at the engineering issues, particularly the effect on costs and spectrum efficiency as well as an equitable approach to spectrum holdings.

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The course will cover:

  • The role of spectrum in competition policy
  • Are rival infrastructures wasteful?
  • Can a competitive environment be investment-friendly?
  • How competition law is applied in the telecoms sector
  • How convergence challenges established thinking
  • OTT services and network neutrality
  • The EU market review regime

 

The course is delivered by two expert trainers, Tom Kiedrowski and Roberto Ercole, who have worked for competition regulators across several sectors and have backgrounds in competition and telecoms policy, spectrum and engineering.

This course is suited to anyone wanting to understand the latest developments in competition policy, whether their background is in spectrum regulation or other related fields at a regulator or in the commercial sector. 

Price, booking and venue

The standard price is £1200 + VAT  but there is an early bird discount of £200 for delegates booking six weeks in advance. Delegate fees include lunch but not accommodation.

Employees of non-UK governments do not have to pay VAT: full details on the back page of the course brochure.

Regulating competition in mobile markets will be held at the Strand Campus, Kings College London, WC2R 2LS, UK.