Antonio Capobianco

Antonio Capobianco is the deputy head of the OECD Competition Division. He is responsible for the proceedings of the OECD Competition Committee and for other work streams of the Division. Prior to joining the OECD in 2007, he was a counsel in the Competition Department of WilmerHale LLP, based in Brussels. He also spent three years with the Italian Competition Authority. Capobianco has authored several articles on antitrust issues published in major international law journals specializing in competition law, and he has co-authored textbooks on Italian and European competition law and economics. He regularly speaks at international conferences on antitrust and regulation issues. He graduated in law at the L.U.I.S.S. - Guido Carli in Rome and holds LL.M. degrees from New York University School of Law and from the Institute of European Studies of the Université Libre de Bruxelles.

The Impact of Algorithms on Competition and Competition Law

Antonio Capobianco, the deputy head of the OECD Competition Division and one of the authors of the 2023 OECD report on algorithmic competition and collusion, explains the risks that algorithms and artificial intelligence pose to competition and how regulators can approach the changing competition paradigm.

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