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Check out the newest work product from the Merger Working Group: 2016 Merger Remedies Guide  

Did you know that ICN claims the world’s largest collection of links to competition agency cartel leniency materials? See the Leniency Links here!  

See the Merger Working Group’s 2013 paper on The Role of Economists and Economic Evidence in Merger Analysis.

Did you know that the ICN’s Cartel Working Group produced a report on Obstruction of Justice in Cartel Investigations? Check it out today!

Did you know that the ICN’s Training on Demand project has an online video module on the Origins and Aims of Competition Policy? This module explores the development and content of competition policy systems. The presentation provides an overview of the history of competition law and describes the purposes, goals, and key elements of competition […]

Did you know that the ICN’s Merger Working Group produced a report on WAIVERS OF CONFIDENTIALITY IN MERGER INVESTIGATIONS, complete with a model waiver? Check it out.

Did you know that the ICN produced a report on Lessons to be Learnt from the Experiences of Young Competition Agencies?

  The mission of the ICN Curriculum Project [to be added] is to create a comprehensive curriculum of training materials to serve as a virtual university on competition law and practice for competition agency officials. Training modules, consisting of video lectures and accompanying materials from a diverse group of international academics and practitioners, provide an […]

A new ICN Curriculum Project module has been posted online. The module presents the competition enforcement topic of exclusive dealing by a dominant firm. Experts discuss the basic elements and economics of exclusive dealing. See the module here. See the Curriculum’s full offerings here.

  ICN Curriculum Project:  A new module on issues particular to developing countries has been released by the ICN Curriculum Project.  Produced in large part by Non-Government Advisors Eleanor Fox and Bert Foer, and with significant contributions from the Mexican and South African competition agencies, to view the module, click here.  We welcome your feedback […]