The European University of Rome (EUR) hosts a training and networking series of Seminars (both residential and non-residential) on Competition law enforcement in digital markets (DiCo Project – Digital Markets and Competition Policy) devoted and reserved to EU national judges.
The DiCo Project is directed by Valeria Falce (Jean Monnet Chair in the EU Digital Transformation and AI Policy, and Professor of Market Law and Regulation) and co-financed by the European Commission (Directorate General for Competition). It is a two-year project divided into two distinct course editions (Summer 2023 / May 2024).
The overall purpose of the project is to foster a common legal and judicial culture, in order enforce in a coherent, consistent and proportionate fashion EU competition rules in the rapidly evolving digital scenario. This objective will be pursued by sharing national judicial experience and interdisciplinary tools as well as advancing those networking skills within the judicial community that are key to master within the European Union an effective enforcement of competition law.MORE INFO
25 Oct 2023
The First Residential Training Edition will be held in Rome from 25 October 2023 to 27 October 2023. Over the two and a half day, Participants will be focusing on theory(ies) of competition law and policy in the digital environment and on the most recent cases at EU level in order to contribute a common legal and judicial culture. Such objective will be pursued by sharing national judicial experience and interdisciplinary tools as well as advancing those networking sk...More info
Her main research areas of interest include intellectual property, competition policy, market regulation and consumer policy, digital innovation, data strategy and economic analysis of law. After completing an LLM (focus on Intellectual property) at the London School of Economics and a PhD in competition law advanced by the University of Perugia together with Luiss University and Bocconi University, she succeeded a Tenured Professorship in 2008. She is Full Professor of Economics Law, Scientific...PROFILE
Her research addresses some of the most critical issues in supply chain management theory and practice, among which building and managing relational strategies in supply networks, supply chain innovation and information sharing in buyer-supplier relationships. She is Full Professor of Operations Management and Business Management and Coordinator of the Departmental Centre for Research at the Università Europea di Roma. Since 2013, Emanuela is also Visiting Research Fellow at the Centre for Log...PROFILE
Nicola Faraone is Post-Doc Researcher/Research Fellow of the Research Centre “ICPC-Innovation, Regulation and Competition Policy Centre” of the European University of Rome. His main research areas of interest include competition law, intellectual property, EU State aid law, and economic analysis of law as they apply to digital, media, data, and platforms technology. He completed his Ph.D. in Economics, Law, and Institutions at the University of Rome “Tor Vergata” (2017), with a thesis fo...PROFILE
Judges interested in participating the DiCo Project – Digital Markets and Competition Policy can apply:
Deadline 10 May 2023
Participation in DiCo is free of charge. Travel and accommodation costs in Rome
for the selected participants will be covered by the Project.
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