About Us

Competition Policy International (CPI) provides comprehensive resources and continuing education for the global antitrust and competition policy community. Created and managed by leaders in the competition policy community, CPI delivers timely commentary and analysis on antitrust and global competition policy matters through a variety of media and applications.

Our Publications:

Our publications reach readers in over 150 countries. Competition Policy International is a peer-reviewed academic journal, published biannually both online and in print. It has established itself as one of the leading antitrust journals in the world. The Antitrust Chronicle (formerly GCP Magazine) is an online-only bimonthly magazine that produces papers on topical competitive policy topics. Articles from both publications can be found online at www.competitionpolicyinternational.com.

In 2009, CPI expanded into book publishing. Our first book, Trustbusters, includes chapters from the senior officials of the world's competition agencies, presenting a discussion of competition activity and administration in each of their countries.

The CPI Learning Center:

We also operate the CPI Learning Center, offering courses and seminars to the global competition policy community. CPI Learning Center courses are targeted to anyone who needs to enhance their understanding of competition policy fundamentals and/or learn more about cutting-edge topics in the field. Our multi-session courses provide in-depth instruction on need-to-know subjects in the antitrust field. To date, we've offered courses on statistics, economics, econometrics, two-sided enterprises, collusion, and network organizations. Our individual seminars discuss news-worthy topics; our most recent seminars presented in-depth details of competition policy in Asia.

In all cases, professors include court judgments, competition authority decisions, advances in economics, and other key changes in the practice of antitrust/competition policy. Most courses take a global perspective, integrating U.S, EC, and other national developments in antitrust and competition policy.

Courses are offered via the latest internet technology. Participants can choose to attend streaming presentations─hearing the lecturers and having the opportunity to pose questions in real time. The only technology needed is phone access and a computer with a flash player. Alternatively, participants can view a recording of the class at a time and place of their choosing. Our courses offer CLE credit in many states; readings and other reference materials will be available for all participants.

Our New Website

In January, 2010 we launched our new website at www.competitionpolicyinternational.com making access to all of our services easier and more convenient. In addition, we broadened our community resources: Creating a library of notable antitrust material; Enabling members of our community to post individual profiles of themselves as well as their organizations; Allowing site participants to post comments and engage in discussions regarding key issues of the day; and Giving viewing access to registered visitors of topical panel discussions and interviews.