Giacomo Luchetta

Economisti Associati (Bologna)
Economic Analyst

Giacomo Luchetta is economic Analyst at Economisti Associati. Prior to that, he was a Ph.D. Candidate in Law and Economics at LUISS “Guido Carli” University in Rome and a Researcher in the Regulatory Affairs Programme of the Centre for European Policy Studies in Brussels. His main academic interests and areas of activities are better regulation and competition policy. He carried out projects and acted as a consultant for the European Commission, the World Bank, the European Economic and Social Committee, and the Italian Minister for EU Affairs. He was awarded an LL.M. from the Universities of Rotterdam and Gent, as well as a M.Sc. in Law and Economics and a B.Sc. in Political Sciences from LUISS “Guido Carli” University in Rome.

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LUISS Guido Carli University (Rome)
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CDC Cartel Damage Claims (Brussels)

Articles

2820 Bulletin

Danilo Samà, Giacomo Luchetta The Italian Competition Authority fines three operators in the Southern Italian electric market for undertaking a concerted practice aimed at sharing the market for certain dispatch services (Repower Italy Dispatch Price)

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Three electricity generators active in the Southern Italian area - Repower Italia S.p.A., EGL Italia S.p.A. and Tirreno Power S.p.A. - have been sanctioned by the Autorità Garante della Concorrenza e del Mercato (Italian Competition Authority - ICA) for undertaking a concerted practice in (...)

Danilo Samà, Giacomo Luchetta The Regional Administrative Court of Lazio confirms a fine imposed by the Italian NCA against the construction market leader for abuse of dominant position in the plasterboard market (Mercato del Cartongesso / Saint-Gobain)

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On the 24th of December 2011, the Regional Administrative Court of Lazio (‘RAC’)(Tribunale Amministrativo Regionale del Lazio) rejected the appeal from Saint-Gobain PPC Italia S.p.A. (‘Saint-Gobain‘), the Italian subsidiary of the multinational corporation leader worldwide in the construction (...)

Cesare Pozzi, Felice Simonelli, Giacomo Luchetta The Italian Supreme Administrative Court confirms judgment of an regional court which reduces a fine imposed by the Competition Authority to an airport managing company for abuse of dominant position under art. 102 TFEU in the market of certain common and individual airport infrastructures (Società Esercizi Aeroportuali)

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On the 22nd of September 2009 (case 9171/2009), the Regional Administrative Court (RAC) of Latium (Tribunale Amministrativo Regionale - TAR - del Lazio) partially upheld the appeal from SEA S.p.A. (SEA), the managing company of the airports of Milan Linate and Milan Malpensa, against a decision (...)

Alessandro Marra, Felice Simonelli, Giacomo Luchetta The Italian Supreme Administrative Court reforms a judgment of first instance and considers an airport managing company not responsible for abuse of dominant position under art. 102 TFEU in the market for centralized airport infrastructures (SEA / Airport tariffs)

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In September 2009, the Regional Administrative Court of Latium (Tribunale Amministrativo Regionale del Lazio) upheld the appeal from AIR ONE S.p.A., an Italian airline now merged with Alitalia, against a decision of the Italian Competition Authority (ICA) concerning the alleged abuse of (...)

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