ABOUT THE ORGANIZERS
Competition Policy International (CPI) is an independent knowledge-sharing organization focused on the diffusion of the most relevant antitrust information and content worldwide. 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. CPI releases daily, weekly, and monthly antitrust focused publications, reaching out to thousands of readers in over 150 countries. CPI promotes solid antitrust dialogue worldwide through numerous thought-provoking in-person and virtual events.
Duke University’s Center on Science & Technology explores the emerging policy issues tied to the impact of digital technology in our daily lives. Utilizing an interdisciplinary academic framework, the Center works to identify knowledge gaps and develop actionable policy frameworks to navigate the positive and negative effects of digital technology on society. By expanding the University’s offerings in science and technology policy analysis, and expanding its understanding of local and global tech communities, the Center’s goal is to prepare students to critically evaluate technology policy from a practical, real-world framework.
For more information about Duke University's Center on Science & Technology, visit the website here.
CPI thanks Google for its support with this event. CPI always strives to deliver balanced and enriching content and conversation to benefit the antitrust community worldwide.