The European University of Rome (EUR) hosts a series of Seminars (both residential and non-residential) on Competition law enforcement in digital markets (DiCL project – Digital Markets and Competition Law) devoted and reserved to EU national judges.
The DiCL project is directed by Valeria Falce (Jean Monnet Chair in the EU Innovation Policy and Professor of Economic Law) and co-financed by the European Commission (Directorate General for Competition). It is a two-year project divided into three distinct course editions (Summer 2020 / Winter 2020 / Summer 2021).
The overall purpose of the project is to foster a common legal and judicial culture, in order to apply in a coherent and consistent fashion the EU competition rules in the rapidly evolving digital scenario. This objective will be pursued by sharing national judicial experience and contributing to provide them with the necessary interdisciplinary tools to apply competition law in the digital age in an effective manner within the European Union.MORE INFO
4 Jun 2020
Principle of Competition Law and Economics Thursday 4 June 2020 14.30 - 15.30 Registration 15.00 - 15.30 Presentation of DiCL 15.30 - 16.30 Principle of Competition policy and Antitrust theories Coffee and tea break 16.30 - 18.00 Markets and market power Friday 5 June 2020 09.00 - 10.30 Abuse of dominant position, into to art. 102 Coffee and tea break 11.00 - 12.30 Illicit agreements, intro to art. 101 Lunch 13.30 - 14.30 Competition inst...More info
14 Sep 2020
Competition Law Enforcement in Digital Market Monday 14 September 2020 14.30 - 15.30 Registration 14.30 - 16.00 Economics, Market definition and market power in digital (and two-sided) markets Coffee and tea break 16.30 - 18.00 Exclusionary and exploitative conducts in digital markets: review of cases Tuesday 15 September 2020 09.00 - 10.30 Mergers in digital markets: theory and review of cases Coffee and tea break 11.00 - 12.00 Big data, big tech and...More info
Her main research areas of interest include intellectual property, competition policy, market regulation, digital innovation and economic analysis of law. Since 2016 she serves as Full Professor of Economics Law at Università Europea di Roma, since 2017 she serves in the same University as Deputy Rector for Development and since 2016 she also serves as PhD Coordinator for the Doctoral Course, admitted to the “Innovative and iterdisciplinary” qualification, in “Persona e benessere fra diri...PROFILE
Professor of Operations Management and Business Management at Università Europea di Roma (Faculty of Economics). Since 2016 she is also vice-coordinator of the Departmental Centre for Research in the Università Europea di Roma. In 2017 she reached the Full professorship qualification from a national Committee (with unanimously positive evaluation). Since 2013, Emanuela is also Visiting Research Fellow at the Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management at the Cranfield School of Managemen...PROFILE
Phd student in “Person and well being between law, ethic and psychology” at the European University of Rome. His main research area of interest include private and criminal law, new technologies, Internet service providers liability. He engaged in internship at the “Consiglio di Stato”. He specialized in 2018 at the SSPL of University of RomaTre. He conducted a legal internship at the “Avvocatura di Stato” for 18 months. He graduated cum laude in 2016 at the European Universi...PROFILE
Dr. Valerio Torti is DiCL Team Member, whose main research areas of interest include competition law, intellectual property, and economic analysis of law. In the past years, he has been Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at the European University of Rome (2017-2018). He has also served as Tutor in the Master in Competition and Innovation, as Lecturer in Markets Regulation and Law, at Luiss-Guido Carli University (2017-2019), as Google Research Fellow at ICINN (2019) and as Post-Doctoral Research ...PROFILE
Judges interested in participating the DiCL for Judges 2020-I Edition can apply: Deadline 10 April 2020
Participation in DiCL for Judges 2020 is free of charge. Travel and accommodation costs in Rome
for the selected participants will be covered by the ProjectCALL FOR APPLICATION