Ph.d.-forsvar: Anders Fløjstrup Jessen

An analysis of the effect-based approach (economic efficiency) versus legal guaranties for a transparent and predictable law (legal certainty)

10.10.2016 | Andreas G. Jensby

Dato tor 17 nov
Tid 13:00 15:30
Sted Aarhus University, building 1324, lecture hall 011

On Thursday 17 November Anders Fløjstrup Jessen will publicly defend his Phd thesis titled:

"Exclusionary Abuse subsequent Post Danmark I: An Enquiry Regarding the Effect-Based Approach’s Role under Article 102 TFEU"

The thesis addresses the assessment of when dominant firms' exclusionary conduct constitute abuse within European competition law. It does so by analysing and discussing exclusionary abuse subsequent Case 209/10, Post Danmark I and other recent case law by the European Court of Justice. The aim of the thesis is two folded as it seeks to analyse (i) when the effect-based approach applies to exclusionary conduct and (ii) how anti-competitive foreclosure effects contrary to Article 102 TFEU can be demonstrated according to the effect-based approach.

Topic of the lecture:

“An analysis of the effect-based approach (economic efficiency) versus legal guaranties for a transparent and predictable law (legal certainty)”

Place:

Aarhus University, building 1324, lecture hall 011

The assessment committee:

  • Associate professor Christian Bergquist, University of Copenhagen
  • Associate professor Ronny Gjendemsjø, University of Bergen
  • Professor Palle Bo Madsen, Aarhus University (as chairman)

Reception:

After the defence the Department of Law will host a reception in building 1414, room 311.

Everyone is welcome. 

     

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