Luc Peeperkorn is Principal Expert Antitrust Policy at the European Commission, DG Competition. He studied economics and political science at the University of Amsterdam and worked as an assistant professor at the Erasmus University Rotterdam. He was a central figure in various teams which created what is now called the effects-based approach in EU competition policy, in particular by making new rules for supply and distribution agreements, for de minimis agreements and for technology transfer agreements. He also co-authored the Guidance on the Commission’s enforcement priorities in applying Article 102. He regularly speaks at conferences and has published widely on EU competition policy. He teaches at the Brussels School of Competition and was in 2014/15 a Senior Emile Noël Fellow at NYU.