Mor Bakhoum

Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition (Munich)
Professor (Senior Research Fellow)

Dr. Mor Bakhoum is a senior research fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Intellectual Property and Competition in Munich, Germany. He has an international education and graduated from three different Universities. From the University of Saint-Louis he holds a master degree in Economic and Business Law which he completed top of the class with honors. From the University of Lausanne (Switzerland) he holds an LL.M. in European and International Economic Law as well as a Certificate in International Comparative Arbitration. In 2006 Mor Bakhoum successfully defended his Ph.D in competition law at the University of Lausanne with the distinction summa cum laude and was awarded the 2008 prize of the city of Lausanne for the best Ph.D in human sciences. Mor Bakhoum holds an LL.M. in International Intellectual Property Law from Chicago-Kent College of Law which he completed in 2008 with high honors and ranked top of the class. He received in addition the Cali award for the best antitrust paper as well as the Cali award for the best LL.M. thesis at Chicago-Kent. Mor Bakhoum was the lead expert of the reform of the West African Economic and Monetary Union (WAEMU) reform project of its regional institutional framework for the application of its competition law. He is currently in charge of coordinating the Max Planck Institute project on “Competition Law in Developing Countries”. He has extensively published and talk on competition law and international related aspects of IP. Mor Bakhoum is proficient in French, English, wolof and has basic knowledge in German.

Linked authors

University of California (Berkeley)
White & Case (Washington)
Philippine Competition Commission (Quezon City)
Philippine Competition Commission (Quezon City)
US Federal Trade Commission (FTC)
National Commission for the Defense of Competition (Buenos Aires)
University of Brasília (UnB)
FTI Consulting (Cape Town)

Articles

479 Bulletin

Mor Bakhoum The Competition Commission of the West African Economic and Monetary Union finds that Togo infringes regional State aid law by taking actions that favor an undertaking to the detriment of its competitors doing business in the common market (Asky)

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1 Introduction and background This contribution reports on a case related to State Aides decided by the Competition Commission of the West African Economic and Monetary Union (WAEMU). The decision, ASKY, raises issues at the cross-road of trade, regional integration and competition law. WAEMU (...)

Mor Bakhoum The West African Competition Authority finds that Senegal infringes the regional competition law by taking actions that foreclose its national market to competition from Ivory Coast raising issues related to the integration process in West Africa (Norme NS-072)

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1 Introduction and background on WAEMU This contribution reports on a case decided by the Competition Commission of the West African Economic and Monetary Union (WAEMU). The decision, Norme NS-72, raises issues at the cross-road of trade, regional integration and competition law. WAEMU is a (...)

2238 Review

Paula Farani de Azevedo Silveira, Paula de Andrade Baqueiro, Mor Bakhoum, Arsenio M. Balisacan, Luis Guilherme Ahlo Batista, Laurie Binge, Kevin Davis, Eleanor M. Fox, Gönenç Gürkaynak, Timothy T. Hughes, Helen Kean, Liberty Mncube, Marcio De Oliveira Jr, Leni Papa, George L. Paul, Daniel Rubinfeld, Pablo Trevisán Competition law and developing countries: Overarching themes from Africa, cartels and corruption, and mergers

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In this edition we present an overarching view of competition law and developing countries, then pick up themes, such as cartels, corruption and mergers, from the “Antitrust and developing and emerging economies” annual Concurrences review Conference held on November 1st, 2019, at the New York (...)

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