Transformations of the Competitive Landscape: Antimonopoly Regulation in a Digital Economy

24 May , 16:45–18:00
Harnessing Russia’s Growth Potential
Panel Session
Congress Centre, Conference Hall B2

The digital economy is presenting new challenges to antitrust authorities across the globe. Most of the world’s competition authorities are now faced with the need to re-evaluate their approach to the markets of the new economy as digital giants aggregate enormous pools of data. How can the market situation be assessed, what approaches and mechanisms can be used in this dynamic environment, and most importantly, how is competition itself being transformed? How is industry reacting to the new trends, and how can a new equilibrium be achieved between innovation in industry and antitrust control?

Alexander Lyubimov, Anchor, TV Journalist

Dimitry Afanasiev, Chairman, Co-Founding Partner, Egorov Puginsky Afanasiev & Partners
Laurent-Pierre Baculard, Partner, Leader, EMEA Digital Transformations Practice, Bain & Company
Svetlana Balanova, General Director, IBS
Vladimir Efimov, Minister, Head of Economic Policy and Development Department, Moscow City Government
Aleksey Ivanov, Director, Institute of Law and Development HSE - Skolkovo, National Research University Higher School of Economics
Sergey Kolesnikov, President, TechnoNICOL Corporation
Stepan Kuznetsov, Managing Director of Sberbank Digital, Sberbank
Ioannis Lianos, Professor of Global Competition Law and Public Policy, University College London (UCL)
Vitaly Pruzhansky, Partner, RBB Economics
Alexey Rybnikov, President, Saint-Petersburg International Mercantile Exchange
Allan Fels, Member, ADC Forum Advisory Council; Professor, The University of Melbourne
Andrey Tsarikovskiy, State Secretary, Deputy Head, Federal Antimonopoly Service of the Russian Federation