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DG COMP Stakeholder’s Study – A Counter-Survey

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In July 2010, DG COMP published the results of a wide-scale stakeholder study (Alfonso commented on this a while ago).

According to the stakeholders study, DG COMP has arguably enforced the competition rules in a satisfactory fashion, both from a substantive and procedural standpoint.

As part of their exam, my students from EDHEC Business School have been requested to assess whether the findings of DG COMP’s stakeholder study are sound. To this end, I have required them to run a counter-stakeholders’ survey, which takes the form of a reduced questionnaire.

I would like to offer our readers the opportunity to help my studs, by filling-in the below questionnaire:

https://spreadsheets.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dHZVVWI0SzNhNUFQUlpsa2NnZWVra1E6MQ (or simply by clicking here)

Please note that it should take you a maximum of 15 minutes to complete this survey. Obviously, all the responses to the survey will remain confidential and will be used for the sole academic purpose of this study. If you have any questions or concerns about completing the questionnaire, you may contact my assistant at dgcompsurvey@edhec.com or eprovost@doct.ulg.ac.be.

Name of assistants/students involved in the research project: Elise Provost; Naruttama Asvamanee;Edouard Augris; Melissa Butarbutar; Guilain Lobut; Anne-Juliette Lepoutre; Sabine Racine; Mariama Sene.

Written by Nicolas Petit

12 May 2011 at 6:42 pm

Posted in Polls and quizzes

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