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College of Europe Podcast (Bruges)

The College of Europe (Bruges) is starting a podcast series in which the college community will discuss different aspects of European Affairs and more. This podcast series is an opportunity to open the content of some of
10/20/2022

Publications at the College of Europe #6

Jeanne Mouton, Academic Assistant in the ECO department talks about her research field: law & economics of the private enforcement of competition in digital markets. She also gives an explanation of her different publications. MOUTON, Jeanne      Privacy and competition law: Is there a room for private enforcement?      2020    Concurrences PaperMOUTON Jeanne       Private enforcement of privacy breaches from Big Tech Companies under the GDPR, Competition law provisions and the Unfair Commercial Practices Directive: substitutable or complementary legal grounds? 13    2021    IBCI      Chapter in a book following a conferenceMOUTON Jeanne       Psychological biases of users of social networking platforms and innovation decision-making processes             2022    ESKA   Chapter in a book following a conferenceMOUTON Jeanne, REED Lewis            Following the Google Shopping Judgment, Should We Expect a Private Enforcement Action?             2022    Oxford Academic        PaperTo be published soon (mentioned in the podcast): MOUTON Jeanne    The challenges for private enforcement of anticompetitive conducts in digital markets           2022    YARS publication, following a conference with the Jean Monet Network of enforcement of EU law, co-organised with the University of Warsaw and the University of Bocconi