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Professor Caron Beaton-Wells Professor, University of Melbourne Director of Studies, Competition and Consumer Law Caron Beaton-Wells and Christopher Tran (eds), Anti-Cartel Enforcement in a Contemporary Age: Leniency Religion (Hart Publishing, 2015) Caron Beaton-Wells and Ariel Ezrachi (eds), Criminalising Cartels: Critical Studies of an International Regulatory Movement (Hart Publishing, 2011) Caron Beaton-Wells and Christopher Tran, Anti-Cartel Enforcement in a Contemporary Age: Leniency Religion (Hart Publishing, 2015) ch 1, pp 3-13 Caron Beaton-Wells and Christopher Tran, Anti-Cartel Enforcement in a Contemporary Age: Leniency Religion (Hart Publishing, 2015) ch 11, pp 233-260 (with C Harding and J Edwards) 'Criminalising Cartels: Why Critical Studies?' in Caron Beaton-Wells and Ariel Ezrachi (eds), Criminalising Cartels: Critical Studies of an International Regulatory Movement (Hart Publishing, 2011) 'Cartel Criminalisation and the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission - Opportunities and Challenges' in Caron Beaton-Wells and Ariel Ezrachi (eds), Criminalising Cartels: Critical Studies of an International Regulatory Movement (Hart Publishing, 2011) The Cartel Project (Caron Beaton-Wells, Fiona Haines, Christine Parker and Chris Platania-Phung), 'Report on a Survey of the Australian Public Regarding Anti-Cartel Law and Enforcement (December 2010) Christopher Arup, Caron Beaton-Wells and Jo Paul-Taylor, 'Regulating Supermarkets: The Competition for Space' (2017) 40(3) University of New South Wales Law Journal (Advance) Caron Beaton-Wells, 'Criminal Sanctions for Cartel Conduct: The Leniency Conundrum' (2017) 13(1) Journal of Competition Law & Economics 125-149 Caron Beaton-Wells and Jo Paul-Taylor, 'Problematising supermarket-supplier relations: dual perspectives of competition and fairness' (2017) Griffith Law Review 1 Caron Beaton-Wells, 'Private Enforcement of Competition Law in Australia - Inching Forwards' (2016) 39(3) Melbourne University Law Review 681 Caron Beaton-Wells, 'The Harper Review: Qualified Hope for Australian Competition Law' (December 2015) 48(4) Australian Economic Review 417-427 Beaton-Wells, C, 'National Report: Anti-competitive practices - Grocery retail - Industry code' [2015] 36(6) European Competition Law Review N-63 2014 'The ACCC: Roots and Branches - Proposals to Enhance ACCC Effectiveness' (2014) 42 Australian Business Law Review 414-435 External link Caron Beaton-Wells, ''Immunity policy for cartel conduct: revolution or religion? An Australian case -study' (2014) 2(1) Journal of Antitrust Enforcement 126 (see also Uni of Melbourne Law School Research Series version 2013) 2013 Caron Beaton-Wells, 'The ACCC Immunity Policy for Cartel Conduct: Due for Review' (2013) Australian Business Law Review 171 Caron Beaton-Wells and Christine Parker, 'Justifying criminal sanctions for cartel conduct: A hard case' (2013) 1(1) Journal of Antitrust Enforcement 198 Caron Beaton-Wells, 'Immunity Policy: Revolution or Religion? An Australian Case-Study' [2013] UMelbLRS 2 (published in (2013) Journal of Antitrust Enforcement (2014) Caron Beaton-Wells & Christine Parker, 'Education Before Enforcement? Caron Beaton-Wells, 'Normative Compliance: The Endgame' (CPI Antitrust Chronicle, February 2012(1)) Caron Beaton-Wells and Kathryn Tomasic, 'Private Enforcement of Competition Law: Time for an Australian Debate' (2012) 35(3) UNSW Law Journal 650-684 Caron Beaton-Wells, 'Anti-cartel advocacy: how has the ACCC fared?' (December 2011) 33(4) Sydney Law Review 735 externallink Caron Beaton-Wells, Brent Fisse, 'Australia's Proposed Information Disclosure Legislation: International Worst Practice' (CPA Antitrust Chronical, August 2011(2)) Brent Fisse and Caron Beaton-Wells, 'The Continual Regulation of Continuous Disclosure: Information Disclosure Under the Competition and Consumer Amendment Bill (No 1)' (2011) 19 Competition and Consumer Law Journal 1-25 Brent Fisse and Caron Beaton-Wells, 'Private disclosures of price-related information to a competitor "in the ordinary course of business": A new slippery dip in the political playground of Australian Competition Law' (2011) 39 Australian Business Law Review 367-379 Caron Beaton-Wells and Brent Fisse, 'U.S. Policy and Practice in Pursuing Individual Accountability for Cartel Conduct: A Preliminary Critique' (2011) 56(2) Antitrust Bulletin 277 Caron Beaton-Wells and Brent Fisse, 'Broadening the Definition of Collusion: A Call for Caution' (2010) 38 Federal Law Review 71 Caron Beaton-Wells and Brent Fisse, 'Criminal Cartels: Individual Liability and Sentencing' (June 2009) University of Melbourne Legal Studies Research Paper No 415 (SSRN) Caron Beaton-Wells and Brent Fisse, 'The Cartel Offences: An Elemental Pathology' (June 2009) University of Melbourne Legal Studies Research Paper No. 414 (SSRN) Caron Beaton-Wells and Fiona Haines, 'Making Cartel Conduct Criminal: A Case-Study of Ambiguity in Controlling Business Behaviour' (2009) 42 Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology [at SSRN] Caron Beaton-Wells, 'Criminalising Cartels: Australia's Slow Conversion' (2008) 31 World Competition 205-233 [at SSRN] Caron Beaton-Wells, 'The Politics of Cartel Criminalisation: A Pessimistic View from Australia' (2008) 29 European Competition Law Review Caron Beaton-Wells and Brent Fisse, 'The Australian Criminal Cartel Regime: A Model for New Zealand?' (2 August 2008) Caron Beaton-Wells and Brent Fisse, 'Criminalising Serious Cartel Conduct: Issues of Law and Policy' [2008] UMelbLRS 3 Caron Beaton-Wells, Forks in the Road: Challenges Facing the ACCC's Immunity Policy for Cartel Conduct (Part 1) (2008) 16 Competition and Consumer Law Journal; U of Melbourne Legal Studies Research Paper No. 403 Caron Beaton-Wells, Forks in the Road: Challenges Facing the ACCC's Immunity Policy for Cartel Conduct (Part 2) (2008) 16 Competition and Consumer Law Journal; U of Melbourne Legal Studies Research Paper No. 404. Caron Beaton-Wells and Neil Brydges, The Cardboard Box Cartel Case: Was All the Fuss Warranted? (2008) 36 Australian Business Law Review, U of Melbourne Legal Studies Research Paper No. 393 Caron Beaton-Wells, 'Capturing the Criminality of Hard Core Cartels: The Australian Proposal' (2007) 31(3) Melbourne University Law Review [at SSRN] Caron Beaton-Wells, 'Mergers without markets? Unilateral effects analyisis in the United States and its prospects in Australia' Caron Beaton-Wells, 'Immunity Policy: Revolution or Religion? An Australian Case-Study' [2013] University of Melbourne Law School Research Series 2 (Paper for the Antitrust Enforcement Symposium 2013, Pembroke College, University of Oxford, 22-23 June 2013) Conference Papers and other contributions Caron Beaton-Wells, 'Presentation on the Harper review draft report', Competition Policy Review Conference, Competition Law panel, Canberra, 23-24 October 2014 Caron Beaton-Wells and A Fels AO, 'Australia's Supermarket Duopoly: Who is Being Served?, Melbourne Law School, Alumni Breakfast Series, 21 October 2014 Caron Beaton-Wells, 'Australia's Proposed Supermarket Code: UK Lessons Missed', Competition Academia Blog, 12 February 2014 Caron Beaton-Wells, 'National Report: Anti-competitive agreements - Producer/Distributor - Agreements - Whether unlawful cartel - divergent approaches' [2014] 35(6) European Competition Law Review N-41 Caron Beaton-Wells, 'National Report: Anti-Competitive Agreements - Norcast v Bradken decision' [2013] 34(11) European Competition Law Review N-149 Caron Beaton-Wells, 'Substance and Process in Competition Law and Enforcement. Why We Should Care If It's Not Fair' (9th ASCOLA Conference Warswa 2014 on Procedural Fairness in Competition Proceedings) Media - opinion pieces externallink Caron Beaton-Wells, 'Cartel case shows not all corporate misbehaviour goes unpunished' (The Conversation, 7 August 2017). externallink Caron Beaton-Wells, 'Supermarket monsters can be agents of change' (The Conversation, 7 July 2015). externallink Caron Beaton-Wells, 'Harper Review: a mixed basket for Coles and Woolworths' (The Conversation, 2 April 2015) Caron Beaton-Wells, 'Coles v ACCC: finding the right balance between competition and fairness' (The Conversation, 21 October 2014) Caron Beaton-Wells, 'Harper competition review seeks widespread change: experts react' (The Conversation, 22 September 2014) externallink Caron Beaton-Wells and David Byrne, 'Fixing the fixers of petrol prices is no easy task' (The Conversation, 27 August 2014) Caron Beaton-Wells, 'Regulating for fairness as well as competition', Competition Academia Blog, 27 June 2014 Caron Beaton-Wells, 'Australia's Proposed Supermarket Code: UK Lessons Missed', Competition Academia Blog, 12 February 2014 Beaton-Wells, Toughen Up: What Australia's Supermarket Code Could Learn from the UK (The Conversation, 27 November 2013) externallink Beaton-Wells, Will the ACCC's foray into film make its mark on cartel behaviour? (The Conversation, 30 August 2012) Beaton-Wells, Less rhetoric, more restraint required in 'cartel crackdown' (The Conversation, 28 March 2011)


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Associate Professor Caron Beaton-Wells For more information and to order a copy of Australian Cartel Regulation: Law, Policy and Practice in an International Context, by Caron Beaton-Wells and Brent Fisse (Cambridge University Press), click here. For more information and to order a copy of Criminalising Cartels: Critical Studies of an International Regulatory Movement, co-edited by Caron Beaton-Wells and Ariel Ezrachi (Hart Publishing), click here. Associate Professor Caron Beaton-Wells, Director of the University of Melbourne’s Competition Law & Economics Network, convened a “Roundtable on the Private Enforcement of Competition Lawâ€, bringing together key stakeholders in competition law in Australia at the Melbourne Law School, on Friday 12 November 2010. Find out more about the Roundtable. Associate Professor Caron Beaton-Wells is leading an exciting three year ARC-funded research project on cartel criminalisation. Associate Professor Caron Beaton-Wells Director of Studies Associate Professor Caron Beaton-Wells Programs available


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Professor Caron Beaton-Wells Professor Caron Beaton-Wells Director of Studies, Competition and Consumer Law +61 3 8344 1004 | c.beaton-wells@unimelb.edu.au | Room 0819 Caron Beaton-Wells is a Professor specialising in competition law at the Melbourne Law School and Director of the University's Competition Law & Economics Network. Her research and teaching in this field extends beyond the law to institutional, political and sociological dimensions of competition regulation, and her recent research projects have focussed on cartel criminalisation, supermarket power, petrol pricing and the interface between competition and consumer law. Caron has been Associate Dean of the Law School's undergraduate and masters programs, and is currently program director for the School's first fully online masters program, in global competition and consumer law. Her engagement activity involves contributing to the public discourse in Australia and around the world on significant competition law-related issues and on bringing together and fostering constructive debate and shared learning amongst stakeholders. Caron is a member of several national and international editorial and advisory boards, has consulted to the OECD, ASEAN, SSNED and the New Zealand Government, is a non-governmental advisor to the ICN and the Law School's representative on UNCTAD's Research Partnership Platform. Formerly a solicitor at (now) King & Wood Mallesons, Caron is also a member of the Law Council of Australia's competition and consumer committee and a member of the Victorian Bar. Between 2012 and 2016, Caron was Associate Dean for the undergraduate and masters programs, and a member of the Law School's executive team. Since 2015 she has been leading the development of the Law School's first fully online masters program, in global competition and consumer law. This program harnesses the power of technology and draws on an international faculty associated with the Law School, to offer in-depth rigorous and highly innovative masters level courses in competition and consumer law to students from around the world. Professor Beaton-Wells is a member of the International Advisory Board of the Loyola Chicago Consumer Antitrust Institute, a member of the Executive Board of the Academic Society for Competition Law, and the Australian news correspondent for the European Competition Law Review. She is on the editorial board for the Journal of Antitrust Enforcement (Oxford University Press) and the New Journal of European Criminal Law (Intersentia) and the Academic Steering Committee for the Concurrences Journal Antitrust Writing Awards in 2014. Professor Beaton-Wells has acted as a consultant or advisor to the International Competition Network, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, the New Zealand government and the Small States Network for Economic Development and is the focal point for the Melbourne Law School's membership of UNCTAD's Research Partnership Platform. She has been a Visiting Fellow at the University of Oxford Centre for Competition Law & Policy and St John's College. Professor Beaton-Wells has been a member of the Victorian Bar since 1997 and is a member of the Competition and Consumer Committee of the Law Council of Australia and the American Bar Association's Sections of Antitrust Law. Prior to joining the Bar, she was Associate to Justice Balmford on the Supreme Court of Victoria and, prior to that, a solicitor at Mallesons Stephen Jaques (now King & Wood Mallesons).


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