24 February 2023 OECD Conference Centre, Paris
This workshop focused on recent regulatory initiatives enacted or proposed across OECD jurisdictions for competitive digital markets. In particular, it explored data-related and self-preferencing issues as well as the solutions envisaged by the new regulations (e.g., interoperability, data portability, restrictions on the cross-use of personal data). In addition, representatives of competition authorities presented recent competition enforcement cases that could shed some light on the main theories of harm and remedies developed under traditional competition law provisions in order to address similar concerns.
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Any questions related to the scope of the workshop should be sent to Carolina.Abate@oecd.org and Gaetano.Lapenta@oecd.org.
More OECD work on Competition and the Digital Economy
OECD Handbook on Competition Policy in the Digital AgeVideo Playlist: Competition and digitalisation
G7 Inventory of New Rules for Digital Markets, 2022
This event was be held back-to-back with two other OECD events: For more information please visit:
22 February 2023 - Workshop on Procedural Safeguards in Competition Cases
23 February 2023 - OECD Competition Open Day