Competition Law and Policy in Sub-Saharan Africa: Does it Promote Efficiency and Development? Efficient Development? Efficient Inclusive Development?
Friday, April 10
12:30 pm | Room 4055
Duke Law School
Professor Eleanor Fox, Walter J. Derenberg Professor of Trade Regulation at New York University School of Law, will give a lecture titled "Competition Law and Policy in Sub-Saharan Africa: Does it Promote Efficiency and Development? Efficient Development? Efficient Inclusive Development?" This lecture is co-sponsored by the Rethinking Regulation Project at the Kenan Institute for Ethics and by the Center for International & Comparative Law. Lunch will be served.
For more information, please contact Ali Prince. Please email Umut Aydin if you would like to receive background reading for Professor Fox's talk.
Eleanor M. Fox is the Walter J. Derenberg Professor of Trade Regulation at New York University School of Law. Before joining the faculty of NYU Law School, Fox was a partner at the New York law firm Simpson Thacher & Bartlett. She has served as a member of the International Competition Policy Advisory Committee to the Attorney General of the U.S. Department of Justice (1997-2000) (President Clinton) and as a Commissioner on President Carter’s National Commission for the Review of Antitrust Laws and Procedures (1978-79). She has advised numerous younger antitrust jurisdictions, including South Africa, Egypt, Tanzania, The Gambia, Indonesia, Russia, Poland and Hungary, and the common market COMESA. Fox received an honorary doctorate degree from the University of Paris-Dauphine in 2009. She was awarded an inaugural Lifetime Achievement award in 2011 by the Global Competition Review for "substantial, lasting and transformational impact on competition policy."