Philip Marsden

Bank of England, College of Europe (Bruges)
Senior Director/Professor

Philip Marsden (appointed in April 2014) is a competition lawyer with a particular interest in abuse of dominance, innovation incentives, consumer welfare, and international competition issues. He is inquiry Chair at the UK Competition Authority. He is Professor of Law and Economics at the College of Europe, Bruges, teaching the core LL.M. competition course and is co-founder and General Editor of the European Competition Journal, and the Oxford Competition Law case reporter series. Philip is also Non-executive Director on the Board of the Channel Islands Competition and Regulatory Authorities, and a member of the Legal Services Consumer Panel. From 2003-2014 he was Senior Research Fellow at the British Institute of International and Comparative Law in London, and Director of its Competition Law Forum. From 2008-2014 he was Non-executive Director on the Board of the UK Office of Fair Trading. A competition official early on in his career, for the last 25 years he has specialised in advice to firms in the fast-moving consumer goods and high technology sectors, and to governments on competition agency effectiveness and decision-making.


Linked authors

Potomac Research Group
Sidley Austin (Brussels)
MLex Market Insight
Monsanto (Brussels)
Cambre Associates (Brussels)
Avisa Partners
RBB Economics (Brussels)
White & Case (Brussels)


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Brandon Mitchener, Claire Harris, Haines Terry, Jacques-Henri Lafitte, Philip Marsden, Robert McLeod, Stephen Kinsella Obe Lobbying competition law & policy ?


Parmi les praticiens du droit de la concurrence, la question revient souvent de savoir si le lobbying a un vrai rôle à jouer dans cette matière. Certains praticiens sont farouchement contre, d’autres l’ont accepté avec prudence, d’autres encore l’ont adopté sans hésitation. Cette série d’articles (...)

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