A Developing Story...
The Competition Policy Monitor (CPM) aims to promote multi-disciplinary research on competition law and policy in emerging and developing economies.
It seeks to form a network of academics, practitioners and policymakers working in the field in these jurisdictions to have an open and productive dialogue about what works and what does not and what can those interested in competition law and policy for development do to utilize them to meet their developmental goals. The CPM is particularly interested in providing young researchers with the opportunity to network, collaborate and develop into become internationally leading authorities in competition law and policy.
The CPM publishes working papers, other publications and blog entries. It also provides a platform to share data and information on the jurisprudence of emerging and developing economies as well as an open forum to hear from others interested in the field.
The CPM is managed by a network of academics and practitioners from Africa, Asia and Europe and has two academic coordinators.
If you are interested in joining the team or have any questions about our research or the network itself, please feel free to contact us!