This programme aims to equip learners with an understanding of the increasingly important role that economics plays in competition law providing an insight into the relevance of economic theories and analysis that underlie competition law and the methods that are used to assess whether business practices are unsavory, benign, or healthy. This comprehensive online certificate course with interesting content, striking a balance between theory and rationality is spread over eight weeks.
OBJECTIVE & BENEFITS:
In light of emerging issues in economic regulation pertaining to competition practices, the aim is to provide for specialised knowledge to inter-disciplinary professionals and students, who can thereby be equipped with an ability to perform for such exclusive application of specialised knowledge. The main focus of the programme is to demystify the policy and regulations pertaining to economics and competition law. The programme also covers law of mergers and acquisitions, trans-boundary practices of cartels and anti-competitive agreements, concept of multi-sided markets with emphasising on need for equity and welfare.
The objective of this course is to familiarise participants with the new economic literature and with recent legal developments and to establish a clear link between the economic theories and the day to day work of practitioners.
The programme will allow the participants to gain a competitive advantage in a difficult job market by equipping them with professional skills that businesses are looking for today. Distance learning will provide an opportunity for a flexible, easily accessible, cost effective, global classroom – just some of the reasons why it is the best solution.
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