At the end of the course, law students will be able to integrate economic analysis in their reasoning and economists will learn how legal rules can impact on economic reasoning and methods. Students will become acquainted with advanced topics in all areas of EU competition law and policy (excluding State aid), thus including illegal agreements between undertakings (Art. 101 TFEU), abuse of dominance (Art. 102 TFEU), and merger control (Reg. 139/2004). Students will combine legal and economic analysis to critically assess real-life cases. They will develop an ability to form their own opinion on competition cases from the point of view of both competition law and economics. They will learn how to integrate the analysis of their profession with the analysis of the other profession.
GERARD D. & WALKER M. - EU Competition and Regulation : Case Analysis (25h)
2021 - 2022