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Agency
Prof. Michal S. Gal
University of Haifa
Justifications
strengthening competence
credible commitment
consistency and predictability
reducing use as political pawn
...
Too much independence?
No complete structural separation
Sharing of information and expertise
Shared Regulatory Space
Comp...
Tools to limit pressure
Transparency
Sanctions for interference
Governmental advocacy
Public advocacy
Pro-competition pres...
Tools to confront pressure
Wide basis for support
Publicizing Savings
Emphasize long-term effects
Investigatory tools
Sanc...
Thank you
for listening!
mgalresearch@gmail.com
Ssrn.com
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Independence of competition authorities: from designs to practices – Prof. Michal GAL– University of Haifa – November 2016 OECD discussion

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This presentation by Prof. Michal GAL from the University of Haifa School of law, Israel was made during the discussion on "Independence of competition authorities - from designs to practices" held at the 15th Global Forum on Competition on 1 December 2016. More papers and presentations on the topic can be found out at www.oecd.org/competition/globalforum/independence-of-competition-authorities.htm

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Independence of competition authorities: from designs to practices – Prof. Michal GAL– University of Haifa – November 2016 OECD discussion

  1. 1. Agency Prof. Michal S. Gal University of Haifa
  2. 2. Justifications strengthening competence credible commitment consistency and predictability reducing use as political pawn agency’s role as people’s voice increase efficiency
  3. 3. Too much independence? No complete structural separation Sharing of information and expertise Shared Regulatory Space Complete independence not possible Review process
  4. 4. Tools to limit pressure Transparency Sanctions for interference Governmental advocacy Public advocacy Pro-competition pressures International allies
  5. 5. Tools to confront pressure Wide basis for support Publicizing Savings Emphasize long-term effects Investigatory tools Sanctions and remedies
  6. 6. Thank you for listening! mgalresearch@gmail.com Ssrn.com

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