Postgraduate Diploma in Economics for Competition Law

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£ 6,660 VAT inc.

Description

  • Typology

    Postgraduate

  • Methodology

    Distance Learning

  • Duration

    8 Months

  • Start

    01/10/2020

  • Online campus

    Yes

  • Delivery of study materials

    Yes

  • Support service

    Yes

  • Virtual classes

    Yes

Description

The Centre of European Law at King’s College London is pleased to announce details of its 2020-2021 Distance Learning Programme leading to a Postgraduate Diploma/Masters in Economics for Competition Law, now in its tenth year. This programme is aimed at competition lawyers, both in-house and in private practice, and economists who may be new to competition law. Completing this rigorous programme will give you an edge in a competitive job market.

The programme aims to provide you with an understanding of the increasingly important role that economics plays in competition law and an understanding of when economic analysis is relevant to a particular competition law case.

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Postgraduate Diploma/MA in Economics for Competition Law

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Subjects

  • IT Law
  • Competition Law
  • Market
  • Economics
  • Law
  • Economics competition law
  • Economics antitrust law
  • Foundations
  • Economic
  • Building
  • Definition
  • Questions

Teachers and trainers (1)

International law lawyer

International law lawyer

specialising in the energy sector

Course programme

Programme aims

The first unit covers the conceptual foundations of economics as applied to competition law.

The next two units cover the basic building blocks of economic analysis in competition law: market power and market definition. Units four to five look at economic issues that arise under Article 102, whilst units six and seven deal with Article 101.

These are followed by one unit on network effects and the boundaries of competition and intellectual property law, two units on mergers, one on state aid and one on empirical analysis.

Each unit will consist of text, suggestions for further reading; questions and model answers. The units are designed to give the reader a basic understanding of the economics of the topic in question.

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Postgraduate Diploma in Economics for Competition Law

£ 6,660 VAT inc.