Austrian Hub Co-Organising Evening Lectures on Antitrust Law


The ELI Austrian Hub will co-organise a series of remote evening lectures dealing with antitrust law, which will take place on 14 April, 28 April, 17 May and 9 June 2021.

The first lecture on ‘Controlling Power in the Digital Economy: The Role of Antitrust Law’ on 14 April 2021 will be given by Professor Eleanor Fox (NYU School of Law). 

On 28 April, Professor Tomaso Duso (German Institute for Economic Research) will speak about ‘Mergers and merger control in digital markets’.

On 17 May, Dr Nikolaus Gugenberger (Yale Information Society Project) will address ‘Essential Platforms’.

At the last lecture in the series on 9 June, Professor Giorgio Monti (Tilburg University/European University Institute) will hold a lecture on ‘The Digital Markets Act –  a game changer?’.

The lectures will be co-organised with the University of Innsbruck. More information, including on registration, is available here.