Institute for Competition and Consumers (ICC)
The Institute for Competition and Consumers (ICC) came into existence in 2019 as rebranding of the former Interdisciplinary Centre for Competition Law and Policy, which was created in 2006.
During the years 2006 – 2019, the former centre was a highly successful, world-leading enterprise. With an ambitious agenda, the centre played an influential role in various professional circles and helped promote competition law teaching and scholarship around the world. Its re-launch as an Institute for Competition and Consumers reflects the particular focus given in recent years, as part of its activities, to both competition law and consumer law, including financial consumer protection, digitalisation, dispute resolution, sustainable consumption and human rights.
The ICC conducts research and offers training to judges, lawyers, business people and enforcement officials in the field of competition and consumer law, drawing on the multi-disciplinary strengths of Queen Mary University of London.
The Institute aims to:
- Conduct world-class research and produce outstanding publications
- Build a strong, broad-based and well-informed competition and consumer law communities
- Engage in competition and consumer advocacy and internationally recognised scholarship
- Deliver innovative courses, training and consultancy to meet the needs and expectations of students, academics, practitioners, economists, policy-makers, competition and consumer enforcement bodies, judges and business people
No, this infrastructure does not provide funding.
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