DescriptionFollowing the adoption of the OECD Recommendation on Competitive Neutrality, this panel discussed the importance of competitive neutrality to ensure that the most efficient enterprises thrive in both domestic and international markets. It focused on how the state can ensure a level-playing field between state-owned and privately-owned enterprises, and between privately-owned enterprises. It also covered the design of state support measures according to competitive neutrality principles, in order to avoid benefitting certain enterprises over others and distorting competition. See also oe.cd/comp-neutrality.
Panel II - Competitive Neutrality and the role of the State in the market
Feb 23rd, 11:40 am - 1:10 pm
Senior Competition Expert
Professor of Economics
Allende & Brea / Universidad Torcuato...
Antitrust Partner & Professor
Oxera Consulting LLP
Partner and Head of the State Aid team
University of Melbourne