Ekaterina Rousseva

DG COMP (Brussels)
Coordinator

Ekaterina Rousseva has worked as an official at the Directorate General for Competition of the European Commission since 2007. After gaining extensive experience in antitrust case-handling she currently provides advice and case support to antitrust units and coordinates policy projects. Prior to joining the European Commission she practiced administrative law, competition law and litigation in Sofia, Bulgaria. She holds a Ph.D from the European University Institute in Florence, Italy and LL.M degrees from the University of Sofia, Bulgaria and the University of Leicester, UK. She authored the monograph "Rethinking Exclusionary Abuses in EU competition law", published by Hart in 2010. She has also authored and co-authored numerous articles and book chapters. She has taught competition law at the Catholic University of Louvain-la-Neuve and is currently a visiting lecturer in competition law at the University of Sofia, Bulgaria.

Distinctions

Auteurs associés

White & Case (Brussels)
Matrix Chambers (London)
Hellenic Competition Authority (Athens)
Link Campus University (Rome)
University of Naples "Federico II"

Articles

2444 Revue

Ekaterina Rousseva Article 13 of Regulation 1/2003 animated

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L’article 13 du règlement 1/2003 donne à une autorité nationale de concurrence ou à la Commission le pouvoir de suspendre une procédure ou de rejeter une plainte au motif que l’accord, la décision d’une association d’entreprise ou pratique concertée dont elle est saisie est examinée ou a déjà été (...)

Antonello Schettino, Assimakis Komninos, Christopher Brown, Ekaterina Rousseva, Gianluca Faella, Victoria Mertikopoulou Efficiency defences in abuse of dominance cases

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L’existence et l’application de la soi-disant "exception d’efficience" de l’article 102 du TFUE ont fait l’objet de grandes discussions ces dernières années. Le document d’orientation de 2009 a donné un nouvel essor à la notion. Les articles réunis dans ce tendances donnent le point de vue de l’Union (...)

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