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  1. Juliette Twumasi-Anokye First/primary/lead supervisor

    King's College London

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Public Services and Competition Law: A Reconciliatory Approach

    16/01/20061/02/2010

  2. Pierluigi Congedo First/primary/lead supervisor

    King's College London

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Structural v functional separation in regulated industries. Factors that may influence the actions of regulators and competition authorities to satisfy consumer welfare

    1/10/20031/08/2014

  3. Baskaran Balasingham

    Laws

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Effectiveness and Fairness of the EU Leniency Policy

    1/10/20111/02/2016

  4. Andrej Fatur First/primary/lead supervisor

    King's College London

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Information and Communication Technology Network Industries and EU Competition Policy

    26/09/20051/03/2010

  5. Ioannis Kokkoris First/primary/lead supervisor

    King's College London

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Non-collusive oligopolies and the European Community Merger Regulation

    1/10/200423/05/2008

  6. Francisco Costa-Cabral

    Laws

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Intent in EU Competition Law: the judicial assessment of anti-competitive strategies

    12/05/20091/04/2015

  7. Orit Dayagi-Epstein First/primary/lead supervisor

    King's College London

    Doctor of Philosophy

    "Marginalised Stakeholders in Antitrust Policy".

    1/06/20031/06/2009

  8. Dorte Hoeg First/primary/lead supervisor

    King's College London

    Doctor of Philosophy

    EU Merger Remedies: learning from mistakes and building on successes

    1/11/19991/05/2012

  9. Šarūnas Keserauskas First/primary/lead supervisor

    King's College London

    Doctor of Philosophy

    What should the priorities of a small country's competition authority be? Lessons and suggestions based on two decades of competition policy experience in Lithuania

    1/10/20041/07/2010

  10. Francisco De Borja Pena Fernandez-Garnelo First/primary/lead supervisor

    King's College London

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Has Merger Control Made a Contribution towards the Liberalisation of the Gas and Electricity Markets in the EU?

    15/09/20031/03/2011

  11. Ece Gursoy First/primary/lead supervisor

    King's College London

    Doctor of Philosophy

    The Role of Efficiencies under EU Competition Law

    30/09/20031/05/2012

  12. Cormac Keating

    Laws

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Appeals by Non Merging Parties to Merger Decisions under the Irish Merger Enforcement Regime

    22/09/20081/12/2014

  13. Khatina Wan Mohd Nawawi First/primary/lead supervisor

    King's College London

    Doctor of Philosophy

    The Development of an ASEAN Competition Regime

    1/10/20121/05/2017

  14. Ádám Remetei-Filep First/primary/lead supervisor

    King's College London

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Strategic airline alliances and restrictions of competition by object under EU Competition Law

    16/02/20061/06/2013

  15. Aikaterini Maniadaki

    King's College London

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Net neutrality and EU competition law

    6/10/20086/08/2009

  16. Aikaterini Maniadaki First/primary/lead supervisor

    King's College London

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Net neutrality and EU competition law

    4/08/20091/05/2013

  17. Kyriaki Raptopoulou

    Laws

    Doctor of Philosophy

    The normative posture of public health systems within the EU legal order

    1/05/20081/03/2012

  18. Roger Koch First/primary/lead supervisor

    King's College London

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Economic Units as Legal Subjects - the concept of individuable undertakings in EU competition law and its significance

    9/03/20011/08/2017

  19. Niamh Gleeson First/primary/lead supervisor

    King's College London

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Margin squeeze in EU law

    25/09/20051/08/2012

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