Systems Competition Invitational Symposium

Jun 17

Systems Competition Invitational Symposium

Date: June 17, 2009
Location: National Press Club, Washington DC

On June 17, the AAI hosted an invitational symposium focusing on recent policy changes surrounding systems competition.  The symposium built on existing economic and legal analysis of systems and offered insights into how antitrust enforcement should address competitive issues that are arising with increasing frequency.  The audio recordings, presentations and materials are available below.
 Welcome and Introduction - Albert A. Foer, President, American Antitrust Institute (Audio
 Systems Competition and the Antitrust Challenge (Audio) Presentation by Gregory T. Gundlach, AAI Senior Fellow; Coggin Distinguished Professor of Marketing, Coggin College of Business, University of North Florida 
Panel: Case Illustrations of Systems Issues
(Audio) Agricultural Supply Chains Presentation - Diana L. Moss, Vice President and Senior Fellow, American Antitrust InstituteAftermarkets Presentation - Norman Hawker, Professor, Western Michigan University Haworth College of BusinessInternet Platforms Presentation - Edward Black, President, Computer & Communications Industry Association
 
Panel: Analyzing the Competitive Implications of Open and Closed Systems (AudioPresentation by Hanno Kaiser, Partner,  Latham and Watkins LLPPresentation by David Balto, Senior Fellow, Center for American ProgressPaper by Jonathan Rubin, Partner, Patton Boggs LLP
 Luncheon: The European Perspective on Systems Competition –John Fingleton, Chief Executive, Office of Fair Trading, United Kingdom (Audio
 Panel: More than Law and Economics? Integrating Other Academic Disciplines on Systems Competition (Audio) Presentation by Gary Gereffi, Professor, Department of Sociology and Markets & Management Studies Program, Duke University Presentation by Brian Fitzpatrick, Engineering Manager, Google
 Roundtable Discussion: Changes to Antitrust Practice (Audio
 Closing Remarks - Albert A. Foer, President, American Antitrust Institute (Audio)