I am a trained and qualified Germany lawyer with an LLM in European Legal Studies from Durham and an MSt and DPhil from Oxford (St Anne’s). Since 2018, I am in charge of the Lund university’s master programme in European Business Law as an associate professor. I am currently leading two externally funded research projects one competition law and economics and one EU law and economic activities. I teach EU law.
I research in the areas of EU and competition law. My particular interest relates to the interaction between constitutional arrangements and economic aspects of competition and internal market. Moreover, I work on as well as globally relevant aspects of competition law such as the digital aspects and matters related to enforcement.
- ‘How much effectiveness for the EU Damages Directive? On the EU Damages Directive and Contractual Clauses Hindering Antitrust Damages’ with Liisa Tarkkila (forthcoming Common Market Law Review)
- ‘When sharing platforms fix sellers’ prices’ (2018) 6 Journal of Antitrust Enforcement 382-408. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3217193
11 TFEU and Environmental Rights’ in Sanja Bogojević and Rosemary Rayfuse,
Environmental Rights in Europe and Beyond (Hart Publishing, 2018).
Integration in Competition and Free-Movement Laws (Oxford University Press 2017)
-. (Oxford Studies in European Law)