Tatjana Grote

Dresden University of Technology
BA in International Relations

Tatjana is a member of the PRIN Algorithmic Disclosure project at University Salento. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in International Relations from Technical University Dresden and is currently an LLM candidate at London School of Economics and Political Sciences. Her focus is on the computational analysis of competition law and digital markets. She has a background in economics and public international law.

Articles

1912 Review

Giovanna Massarotto, Tatjana Grote, Damaris Kosack, Helena Quinn, Kate Brand, Stefan Hunt, Mario Siragusa, Fabiana Di Porto, Aurélien Portuese, Riccardo Invernizzi, Heiko Paulheim, Michael Schlechtinger, Thomas Fetzer, Gabriele Volpi Artificial intelligence and competition law

1915

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 (...)

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