Seminar on Platforms and Mobile Competition
The Law and
Market Economy Center affiliated to the Legal Research Institute at Sogang
University, the former body of the Sogang University ICT Law and Economy
Institute held an international academic seminar on Platforms and Mobile
Competition on November 10, 2015.
was composed of three main speeches and three panel discussion sessions with a
beginning of opening remarks of Professor Seonghoon Jeon from the School of at Sogang
Date and Time :
13:30 pm November 10, 2015
Venue : Samsung Gabriel Hall
Seminar Room, Sogang University
Hosted by: Legal Research Institute and Social Science Korea (SSK)
Research Group at Sogang University
Scene: Overview of current debates about antitrust and platforms
Speaker : Maurits Dolmans (Partner
at Cleary Gottlieb and well-known internet competition expert)
characteristics of and recent trends in internet competition"
Maurits Dolmas (Partner at Cleary Gottlieb and well-known internet competition expert)
Elizabeth Wang (Charles River Associates)
Darren Tucker (Partner at Morgan Lewis and former US Federal
Trade Commission regulator)
Prof. Sung-Hwan Kim (Economics, Ajou University)
Prof. KyoungwonRhee (Economics, Dongkuk University)
‘neutrality’ in internet policymaking"
Speaker : Marvin Ammori (Affiliate
Scholar of the Stanford Law School Center for Internet & Society, prominent
First Amendment lawyer and well-known Internet policy expert advocating for
Prof. SangKyu Rhee (Economics, Chungang University)
JeongSeo (Attorney, Kim & Chang)
services role in spurring job creation and growth"
Moderator : Prof. Hwang Lee (Antitrust Law, Korea University, Deputy Director,
ICR Law Center)
Panelists : Ethan Choi (Partner and
Managing Director, Boston Consulting Group’s Korea office)
Sean Thomas and Aline Blankertz (Oxera, attending by Hangout)
Dong-pyo Hong (Senior
Advisor, Lee & Ko)
Sungchoon Lee (KT Economics & Management Research
from a developer about mobile competition"
Speaker : James (Jung-haeng) Lee (Co-Founder and Developer at VCNC)
management and governance - what is necessary and legitimate"
Vanessa Zhang, Global
Daniel O’Connor (Vice President of Public Policy at the
Computer & Communications Industry Association and blogger for the
Disruptive Competition Project)
Prof. MinSoo Shin (Business School, Hanyang University)
Heesu Kim (KT
Economics & Management Research Institute)