CEP Working Paper “Motivating Collusion” Wins CRESSE & CPI Best Paper Award for Young Researchers
We are excited that the CEP working paper “Motivating Collusion” authored by our research affiliate Alminas Žaldokas (with Sangeun Ha and Fangyuan Ma) won CRESSE & CPI Best Paper Award for Young Researchers.
CRESSE (Competition & Regulation European Summer School and Conference) is a Network of academics and professionals, practicing in Competition or Regulatory Authorities, Consultancies and Legal Practices, with an interest in Competition Policy and Sectoral Regulation. It was the first time that CRESSE and CPI (Competition Policy International) collaborated to provide Best Papers Awards for Young Researchers. The awards recognize research papers that demonstrated excellence among those submitted for presentation at the Conference. The awards were given to four winners, which were selected by the Scientific Committee of CRESSE.
“Motivating Collusion” is related to the Antitrust and Competition Policy Program in the Center. In this paper, Alminas Žaldokas, Sangeun Ha and Fangyuan Ma examine how executive compensation can be designed to motivate product market collusion. Read the paper here.
For more details of CRESSE & CPI Awards for Young Researchers, please visit https://www.competitionpolicyinternational.com/cresse-cpi-awards-winners/.