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Discussion Papers Tilec 2017


  • Data Portability and Data Control: Lessons for an Emerging Concept in EU Law

    Author: Inge Graef, Martin Husovec, Nadezha Purtova
    Discussion Paper: 2017-041 

  • Fossil Fuel Subsidies Reform in the WTO: Options for Constraining Dual Pricing in the Multilateral Trading System

    Author: Anna Marhold

    Discussion Paper: 2017-040

  • Cost-Sharing Design Matters: A Comparison of the Rebate and Deductible in Healthcare

    Author: Minke Remmerswaal, Jan Boone, Michiel Bijlsma, Rudy Douven

    Discussion Paper: 2017-039   

  • Existance of equilibria in procurement auctions

    Author: Gyula Seres

    Discussion Paper: 2017-038

  • Principles for Regulating Uber and other intermediation platforms in the EU

    Author: Damien Geradin

    Discussion Paper: 2017-037 

  • Disciplining Standard-Setting: Which Approach to Choose (If Any?)

    Author: Olia Kanevskaia

    Discussion Paper: 2017-036

  • The Transactionalization of EU Competition Law: A Positive Development

    Authors: Damien Geradin, Evi Mattioli 

    Discussion Paper 2017-035 

  • For a Facts-Based Analysis of Uber's Activities in the EU: Addressing Some Misconceptions

    Author: Damien Geradin
    Discussion Paper 2017-019

  • The EU Competition Law Fining System: A Quantitative Review of the Commission Decisions between 2000 and 2017

    Author: Damien Geradin, Katarzyna Sadrak
    Discussion Paper 2017-018

  • Radical innovation in the energy sector and the impact on regulation

    Authors: Saskia Lavrijssen, Arturo Carrilo

    Discussion Paper 2017-017

  • Response to the Public Consultation on ‘Building a European Data Economy’

    Authors: Inge Graef, Martin Husovec
    Discussion Paper 2017-016

  • The Future of Transnational Self-Regulation ― Enforcement and Compliance in Professional Services

    Author: Panagiotis Delimatsis
    Discussion Paper 2017-015

  • Penalizing on the Basis of the Severity of the Offence: A Sophisticated Revenue-Based Cartel Penalty

    Authors: Yannis Katsoulacos, Evgenia Motchenkova, David Ulph
    Discussion Paper 2017-014

  • The application of audit standards in ECA’s work

    Authors: Alex Brenninkmeijer, Raphael Debets, Branislav Hock and Gaston Moonen
    Discussion Paper 2017-013

  • Power to the energy consumers

    Author: Saskia Lavrijssen
    Discussion Paper 2017-012

  • Analysis of Current Trends and a First Assessment of the New Package

    Authors: Leigh Hancher, Francesco Maria Salerno
    Discussion Paper 2017-011

  • An integrated regulatory framework for digital networks and services

    Authors: Alexandre De Streel, Pierre Larouche
    Discussion Paper 2017-010

  • The ‘Unmediated’ and ‘Tech-Driven’ Corporate Governance of Today's Winning Companies

    Authors: Mark Fenwick, Wulf A. Kaal, Erik P.M. Vermeulen
    Discussion Paper 2017-009

  • Public value tensions for Dutch DSOs in times of energy transition: a legal approach

    Author: Marga Edens
    Discussion Paper 2017-008

  • Providing efficient network access to green power generators: A long-term propertyrights perspective.

    Authors: Georgios Petropoulos, Bert Willems
    Discussion Paper 2017-007

  • Competing with Big Data

    Authors: Jens Prüfer, Christoph Schottmüller
    Discussion Paper 2017-006

  • Perks or Peanuts? The Dollar Profits to Insider Trading

    Authors: Peter Cziraki, Jasmin Gider     
    Discussion Paper 2017-005

  • Injuctive relief in FRAND disputes in the EU

    Authors: Pierre Larouche, Nicolo Zingales
    Discussion Paper 2017-004

  • Between the Green Pitch and the Red Tape: The Private Legal Order of FIFA

    Authors: Annemarie Balvert, Branislav Hock, Oguz Kirman, Suren Gomtsian
    Discussion Paper 2017-003