Georgios Petropoulos

Bruegel (Brussels)

Dr. Georgios Petropoulos is a resident research fellow at Bruegel. He is a Greek citizen and his research is specialized in industrial organization, competition policy and digital economy. Georgios has extensive research experience from holding visiting positions at the European Central Bank in Frankfurt, Banque de France in Paris and the research department of Hewlett-Packard in Palo Alto. He has participated in the International Business Competition Program of Deloitte-New York being a member of the team that won the competition. For the academic year 2014-2015, he was awarded the prize for being the best teaching assistant of the Master’s course Microeconomics 2. He has participated as a speaker in many academic international conferences and workshops. He has some economic consulting experience from spending a summer at Compass Lexecon in Madrid. In the past, he received research grants from Netspar and TILEC, Tilburg University and by the French Ministry of Education. He is the founder and first editor-in-chief of the TSEconomist student magazine and co-founder of the TSEconomist student association.


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Copenhagen Business School - Innovation and Organizational Economics
General Court of the European Union (Luxembourg)
Copenhagen Economics (Brussels)
Belgian Competition Authority (Brussels)
University of Namur
White & Case (Brussels)
Copenhagen Economics (Brussels)
DG COMP (Brussels)


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Georgios Petropoulos The EU Commission fines a multinational company prompting it to announce new licensing options and structure its business model to comply with the Commission’s decision (Google Android)


Google has announced new licensing options and structure in its business model to comply with the Commission’s Android decision. These options came into effect on October 29, 2018. While full details over the announced chances are not yet known, in this piece we attempt to analyze the (...)

1985 Review

Georgios Petropoulos Vertical restraints and e-commerce


In this paper, I present how e-commerce has affected market strategies and competition in European markets and I analyze the economic and legal aspects of vertical restraints that are commonly applied in online markets. By combining available empirical evidence with theories of harm and by (...)

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