Economic Regulation in an Evolving Europe

IIEA2nd December 20161min
Mr Fingleton, in conversation with Garett Blaney, Commissioner and Chairperson at the Commission for Energy Regulation, shared his views on what the future might hold for economic regulation in an evolving Europe, particularly in light of the United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union.

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About the Speech

Mr Fingleton, in conversation with Garett Blaney, Commissioner and Chairperson at the Commission for Energy Regulation, shared his views on what the future might hold for economic regulation in an evolving Europe, particularly in light of the United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union.

About the Speaker

John Fingleton is Chief Executive of Fingleton Associates. He was Chief Executive of the UK Office of Fair Trading from 2005 to 2012. Prior to this, he was Chair of the Irish Competition Authority. As an academic economist at the London School of Economics, Trinity College Dublin and the University of Chicago, Mr Fingleton wrote and taught game theory, economics of industry and regulation. In government, he oversaw merger regulation, enforcement of competition rules, consumer protection, and credit regulation.