Alexandre de Streel

University of Namur

Alexandre de Streel is professor of European law at the University of Namur and the Research Centre for Information, Law and Society (CRIDS/NADI). He is also a Hauser Global Fellow at New York University (NYU) Law School and visiting professor at the European University Institute, SciencesPo Paris and Barcelona Graduate School of Economics. In addition, Alexandre is academic co-director at the Centre on Regulation in Europe (CERRE), part-time judge at the Belgian Competition Authority and member of the EU Observatory on the Online Platform Economy, an expert group advising the European Commission. His main areas of research are regulation and competition policy in the digital economy as well as the legal issues raised by the developments of artificial intelligence. Previously, Alexandre worked for the Belgian Deputy Prime Minister, the Belgian Permanent Representation to the European Union and the European Commission (DG CONNECT). He holds a Ph.D. in Law from the European University Institute and a Master Degree in Economics from the University of Louvain.

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Alexandre de Streel (University of Namur and CERRE)
Alexandre de Streel 21 September 2017 Bruxelles


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Laurent Garzaniti, Matthew O’Regan, Alexandre de Streel, Peggy Valcke Electronic Communications, Audiovisual Services and the Internet: EU Competition Law and Regulation (ed.4), Laurent GARZANITI, Matthew O’REGAN, Alexandre DE STREEL and Peggy VALCKE


This section selects books on themes related to competition laws and economics. This compilation does not attempt to be exhaustive but rather a survey of themes important in the area. The survey usually covers publication over the last three months after publication of the latest issue of (...)

Alexandre de Streel Should digital antitrust be ordo-liberal?


This foreword analyses how the main characteristics of the digital economy should shape the objectives, the theories of harm, the process and the remedies of contemporary competition policy. It suggests that the ordo-liberalism offers a normative framework adapted to those characteristics of (...)

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