Centre for Competition, Regulation & Economic Development Joins Economics Research Centers Papers
CENTRE FOR COMPETITION, REGULATION & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT (CCRED) WORKING PAPER SERIES
We are pleased to announce the Centre for Competition, Regulation & Economic Development (CCRED) has started an Economics Research Centers Papers series within the Economics Research Network (ERN).
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The Centre for Competition, Regulation and Economic Development (CCRED) at the University of Johannesburg works to build a knowledge base through rigorous research on key issues of competition, regulation and the conduct of large firms, specifically as these issues relate to regional development in Southern and East Africa. CCRED seeks to position itself as a locus of knowledge and information on competition and regulation by virtue of disseminating its research findings and building a stakeholder community. One of the means by which CCRED does this is by publishing working papers series based on the different projects the centre is involved in. The CCRED Working Paper Series discusses a range of topics on competition and economic regulation; regional trade and integration in Africa; and industrial development.
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