Bocconi University (Milan)

Leonardo S. Borlini

Bocconi University (Milan)
Researcher, Assistant Professor

Leonardo Borlini is Researcher for the “Paolo Baffi Centre on Central Banking and Financial Regulation”, (Department of Political Economy, University Bocconi, Milan, Italy) and the Centre for Macroeconomics & Finance Researching (CeMaFiR, Milan-Rome, Italy). Dr. Borlini is currently adjoint assistant professor of International Law and EU Law and International and National Public Institutions at University Bocconi (Milan, IT) and of Economics and Law for International Trade at the Free University Institute “Luigi Catteneo” (Libero Istituto Universitario Luigi Cattaneo (LIUC), Castellanza, Varese, IT) and Faculty Member of the SDA Bocconi, School of Management (University Bocconi, Milan, Italy). He is also technical consultant at the Inter-American Development Bank since september 2014. He holds a BA cum laude in Economics and Management Sciences (Bocconi University, Italy, 2001, Top 3%); BA cum laude Law (University of Pavia, Italy, 2006, Top 3%); LLM, Magister Legum, Cantab. (University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK, 2007); PhD. in International Law and Economics, (Bocconi University, Italy, 2009); and was visiting scholar at the Wolfson College, University of Cambridge, (Cambridge, UK) in 2008. He has worked at the Chief of the Cabinet Office of the Italian Competition Authority Autorità Garante della Concorrenza e del Mercato (AGCM, Autorità Garante della Concorrenza e del Mercato, Rome Italy), as external legal adviser for Evershed Bianchini Law Firm (Milan, Italy) external consultant for LearLab (Laboratory of Economics, Antitrust and Regulation, Rome, Milan), as a consultant for the Division of Corporate Governance of KPMG, (Milan, Italy), Pirelli & C. S.p.a, and for Transparency International Italy. He took part to the Italian delegation (Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Justice and Italian Central Bank) at the OECD Working Group on Bribery’s meeting (OECD, Paris, France) for the evaluation of the Italian implementing law of the 1997 OECD Convention against Corruption of Foreign Public Officials in International Business Transactions. Dr. Borlini has taught at both undergraduate and postgraduate level at the University Bocconi, SDA Bocconi School of Management, the State University of Milan, LUISS Business School of Rome, and the Free University Institute “Luigi Catteneo” of Castellanza. He has published nationally and internationally on issues ranging from the law and economics of corruption and anti-money laundering, to competition policy and antitrust law, WTO and EU legal systems. From November 2009 Leonardo he is also author for E-Competitions/Concurrance

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Articles

1238 Bulletin

Leonardo S. Borlini The Italian Competition Authority finds no abusive conduct for travel facility access and accepts commitments for maintenance area access (NTV/RFI-Accesso al Nodo di Napoli)

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On October 22nd, 2009, the Italian Competition Authority (hereinafter: AGCM) handed down two distinct rulings which concluded the investigatory proceedings concerning FS (Ferrovie dello Stato) and RFI (Italian Railway Network). The two companies were allegedly engaged in abusive excluding (...)

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