Tilburg Law and Economics Center (TILEC)
TILEC supports and stimulates academic research on the governance of economic activity. It fosters academically path breaking and practically relevant research and aims to be a leading center worldwide.
Selected Recent Publications
- Mark Schankerman and Florian Schuett (2022)
Patent Screening, Innovation, and Welfare - Review of Economic Studies, 89(4), 2101–2148
- Inge Graef and Jens Prüfer (forthcoming)
Governance of Data Sharing: a Law & Economics Proposal - Research Policy
- Georgios Petropoulos and Bert Willems (2020)
Long-term transmission rights and dynamic efficiency - Energy Economics, 88, 104714.
- Cédric Argenton, Damien Geradin, and Andreas Stephan (2020)
EU Cartel Law and Economics - Oxford University Press.
- Inge Graef, Martin Husovec, and Jasper van den Boom (2020)
Spill-overs in data governance: Uncovering the uneasy relationship between the GDPR’s right to data portability and EU sector-specific data access regimes - Journal of European Consumer and Market Law.
Keuzegids Universiteiten 2023: Two top-rated programs and six Bachelor’s programs rank # 124th November 2022
In the Keuzegids Universiteiten 2023, published today, two Bachelor’s programs at Tilburg University are awarded the quality label of "top program," while students have ranked six Tilburg University Bachelor’s programs as the best in their field. In the annual Keuzegids Universiteiten, all academic Bachelor’s programs are compared, largely based on student satisfaction measured through the National Student Survey (NSE).
Annual report 202107th September 2022
Every year TILEC publishes an annual report which describes our organization, activities, research findings and other achievements in a specific year. The 2021 report has just been published.
Tilburg University to award three honorary doctorates during dies natalis04th February 2022
Three American scientists will receive honorary doctorates from Tilburg University on June 16, 2022, during its dies natalis. Mary E. Barth (Professor of Accounting at Stanford University) and Christine Moorman (Professor of Marketing at Duke University) will both receive an honorary doctorate from the Tilburg School of Economics and Management. Prof. James Gross (Professor of Psychology at Stanford University) receives an honorary doctorate from the Tilburg School of Social and Behavioral Sciences. The honorary doctorates are conferred upon them because of their exceptional academic achievements.