Luiss Guido Carli University (Rome)

Umberto Monarca

Luiss Guido Carli University (Rome)
Academic (Professor)

Since November 2005, he is Assistant Professor in SSD SECS-P/06 (Applied Economics), at the Università degli Studi di Foggia, Faculty of Economics, where he teaches Industrial Organization. Since 2005/2006, he has been lecturing and teaching at Luiss Guido Carli University, where he currently teaches Industrial Organization. Since 2002, he is Research Fellow at Research Center “GRIF - Fabio Gobbo” at Luiss Guido Carli University. Since 2013 he is member of executive committee of GRIF. Since 2010 he is responsible of the Green and Renewable Energy Observatory. He has extensive research and advisory experience in industrial economics and politics; market regulations and infrastructural policies in the transport, energy, telecommunications and local public services sector; competition, antitrust policies, energy and environmental policies, green technology and renewable resources.

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Articles

79 Bulletin

Cesare Pozzi, Ernesto Cassetta, Umberto Monarca The Italian Competition Authority fines a national ticket operator for abuse of dominant position in the entertainment sector (TicketOne)

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TicketOne S.p.A. (hereinafter "TicketOne") is the leading company in Italy in ticketing, marketing, information and e-commerce services, with specific reference to live music events. TicketOne is controlled by CTS Eventim AG & Co. KGaA, which holds 99.65% of the share capital. CTS Eventim (...)

Umberto Monarca, Ernesto Cassetta, Cesare Pozzi The Italian Council of State partially confirms the Competition Authority’s fines imposed on an online travel agency for unfair commercial practices (Flygo)

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FlyGo is a company active in the online travel agency sector that operates through different websites including www.fly-go.it. In 2016, following a report from Ryanair, Wizzair and the Consumers Union, the AGCM investigated FlyGo’s business practices. The case is very significant, because it (...)

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