Research Projects, Networks, and Partners TILEC
TILEC is involved in some major externally funded research projects . It is also part of a number of international research networks.
Research at TILEC for the previous years was funded by the following organizations:
|Qualcomm Inc||Research on innovation, intellectual property, standard setting, and competition|
|The European Research Council (ERC)||Research on the resilience of non-State regulatory bodies in times of crisis|
|The German Finance Ministry||Research on governance approaches and regulatory design of data-driven markets in Germany|
|The Institute of the German Economy Cologne e.V||Research on innovation and digital platforms.|
|Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO), in cooperation with the think tank NGInfra||Research into legal and organizational network and governance aspects of data-driven innovations in infrastructure management|
|Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO)||Research into innovative possibilities for horizontal cooperation between trade and production companies in the logistics sector|
|Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO)||Research on the new energy and mobility outlook for the Netherlands – NEON)|
|The Open Society Foundation, the Omidyar Network, and the King Baudouin Foundation||The creation of a Digital Clearinghouse.|
Current Projects and Networks
TILEC NZa Research Group
The NZa (Dutch Healthcare Authority) and TILEC have engaged in a far-reaching cooperation. Part of this cooperation is that TILEC has committed itself to a number of activities in the mutual interest of TILEC and NZa, while the NZa has provided funding for those activities.
TILEC Energy Research
The objective of this web page is to bundle the energy research output of TILEC, and to communicate our research interests to students and to people outside university.
KNAW - Markets serving the good society
The background for the KNAW-project “Dienstbare Markten” (Markets serving the good society) is a “grand” and old question: what role can markets play in a good society?
The ‘Resilience and Evolution of Economic Activism and the Role of Law’ (REVEAL) research project investigates the origins and causes of the dominance of private rule-making bodies, focusing on their mutability and resilience.
Competition Law and Economics European Network (CLEEN)
The current challenges in competition policy and market regulation require detailed assessments not only from an interdisciplinary but also from an international perspective. In 2007 TILEC was instrumental in setting up a European network of research institutions with a similar focus: CLEEN (Competition Law and Economics European Network).
Past Projects and Networks
CoPECL Network of Excellence
The Joint Network on Common Principles of European Contract Law (CoPECL), a network of excellence, funded under the 6th Framework Program of the EC, was started in 2005 and ran until 30 April 2009.
Hague Institute for the Internationalisation of Law
Hague Institute for the Internationalisation of Law (HiiL) is an international research institute that studies the challenges globalisation poses to legal systems, in particular at the national level.
TILEC - AFM - Research Network on Financial Market Regulation
The Dutch financial markets' regulator (Autoriteit Financiele Markten (AFM)) and the Tilburg Law and Economics Center (TILEC) launched the AFM-TILEC Research Network on Financial Market Regulation to promote research into the conduct of financial markets' supervision.
Research Group Police and Gambling
The research group Police and Gambling had within its scope two fields: the regulation of gambling from an pan-european point of view.
European Corporate Governance Training Network
Corporate governance scandals in the United States and Europe, some of which have triggered the largest insolvencies in history, have caused a crisis of confidence in the corporate sector. As a result, corporate governance has entered the vocabulary of not only of researchers but also of pension fund beneficiaries, employees of all ranks, chief executive officers and Prime Ministers.