Dr Or Brook presents report at United Nations Conference on Trade and Development
The Research Partnership Platform provides a platform where researchers can undertake joint research and other activities in cooperation with the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development.
The School of Law’s Dr Or Brook was invited by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) to present her policy report on Priority Setting Project: Rethinking Competition Law Enforcement in Developed and Developing Countries during the annual meeting of the UNCTAD Research Partnership Platform (RPP).
Together with Dr Katalin Cseres from the Amsterdam Center for European Law and Governance, this project studies the practices and theory behind setting the enforcement priorities by competition authorities. Combining theoretical, conceptual, and empirical approaches, it provides concrete policy recommendations for competition authorities. The project has received funding from the Economic and Social Research Council Responsive Mode Impact Fund and the Michael Beverley Innovation Fellowship.
The event took place in Geneva, Switzerland on Wednesday 20 July 2022 and was attended by delegates from all the UN's Member States and academics across the globe.