Module Brussels - 2018/2019

14.01.2019 to 19.01.2019
Competition Law & Economics


RA Mag. iur. Christian Mayer
Dr. Andreas von Bonin


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Whether competition law protects consumers, the market structure, or both, is the subject of an ongoing discussion in academia and practice. The traditional understanding of competition rules has been challenged by a more economic approach. Whereas the purpose and interpretation of competition law have always been controversial, today, there is no doubt about its capital: Brussels has proven to be a global center of competition law and policy, attracting experts from the entire world. Thus, the Flying Classroom could not be closer to recent developments in European and global competition law, than in the EU capital.

  • Competition Economics
  • The Fight against Cartels
  • Abuse of Dominance
  • U.S. and EU Antitrust
  • Global Antitrust
  • Merger Control
  • State Aid Control
  • Leniency, Compliance, Settlements
  • Private Enforcement of Competition Rules
  • Competition Law Compliance

All modules are also available for individual study outside of the program. For more information, please contact our team.



Michael Albers
John Davies
Prof. William E. Kovacic
RA Mag. iur. Christian Mayer
Dr. Dirk Middelschulte
Dr. Romina Polley
Howard Rosenblatt
Dr. Ulrich Soltész
Dr. Andreas von Bonin
Dr. Hanno Wollmann