Posted on 11 January 2018
The Rome Antitrust Forum is an initiative co-organised by the Scuola Nazionale dell’Amministrazione (Rome) and the Law Department of the European University Institute (Florence). The purpose of the Forum is to bring together distinguished antitrust practitioners (both lawyers and economists), leading figures in antitrust enforcement from abroad and representatives of the Italian Competition Authority to discuss, on a non-attributable basis, the way in which the Italian system of antitrust enforcement operates. The Forum facilitates an exchange of views among participants in order to identify key challenges confronting antitrust enforcement in Italy. The Forum ends with some suggestions and recommendations which, if taken on board, could lead to a more effective system of antitrust enforcement in Italy.
- The third annual meeting was held on 25 November 2016. A summary can be read here.
- The fourth annual meeting was held on 15 December 2017. A summary can be read here.