Düsseldorf Center for Competition Economics (DICE)

Founding Year: 2009

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Budget:

Dr. Michael Coenen (Managing Director)

The are an institution in Europe; teaching, researching and advising on matters of competition and regulatory economics. Their goal is to foster the idea of a liberal competitive economic system through research, teaching, and policy advice. They stress the applicability of our work and aim for a continuous exchange with business experts, policy makers, and administrations.

 

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Düsseldorf Center for Competition Economics (DICE) contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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