Cette rubrique Livres recense et commente les ouvrages et autres publications en droit de la concurrence, droit & économie de la concurrence et en droit de la régulation. Une telle recension ne peut par nature être exhaustive et se limite donc à présenter quelques publications récentes dans ces (...)
Dr. Aurelien Portuese is the Director of Antitrust & Innovation at the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation. He was previously a Policy Senior Lecturer in Law at St Mary’s University London where he taught EU law, Competition Law, International Economic Law, and supervised Dissertations. Dr. Aurelien Portuese is also Programme Director of the dual LL.Ms of International & European Business Law and International Business Law with the Institut Catholique de Paris. Affiliated Scholar of the International Center for Law & Economics, Aurelien is an expert of competition law & economics. Visiting Lecturer at King’s College London from 2016 to 2018, Dr. Aurelien Portuese has also been a Visiting Scholar in 2017 at the Centre for Competition Law & Policy of the University of Oxford. Previously, Dr. Aurelien Portuese have taught at Leicester De Montfort University, Sciences Po Paris, the University of Westminster (London), the University of Opale Coast (‘ULCO‘) at Boulogne-sur-Mer, and the Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers of Paris.
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This special issue offers the antitrust community the opportunity to reflect on how AI is de facto affecting all markets—thus competition law. It shows what competition law can learn from AI and viceversa. The issues discussed in these articles include the adoption of algorithms and (...)
On the 6th of March 2020, few days before the Covid-19 lockdown, LL.M. Programme Director Dr Aurelien Portuese has convened a conference on “Algorithmic antitrust” in the Waldegrave Drawing Rooms of St Mary’s University London, in Twickenham. This conference was an annual conference organised as (...)
These three articles provide different perspectives on the European Commission’s decision of 27 June 2017 in which Google was fined €2.42 billion. Google has filed an appeal on 11 September 2017 against this decision. The European Commission fined Google for abusing its dominant position as a (...)