Discover our diverse research and publications! The research conducted at The Competition Law Hub is manifold, carried out in various projects, in collaboration with partners from across the globe. Our research regularly leads to publications such as working papers, articles in traditional journals, monographs, blog posts, podcasts, and many more. We engage with the larger competition law community. Come and apply for a research fellowship with us!



Charting a Greener Future for EU Competition Law

The project sets out to harness the transformative power of environmental sustainability by charting new ways for a greener future...


Antitrust violations in their various forms result in considerable costs and disadvantages for competitors, customers and the public at large. Yet...

Graz Law Working Paper Series

Vicky Robertson is the initiator and co-editor of the Graz Law Working Paper Series, hosted on SSRN. The series regularly...



Algorithmic Predation

Our visiting researcher Thomas Cheng (Hong Kong University) discussed his research on algorithmic predation and exclusion – conducted together with...

Market Power and Data Protection

On 15 May 2023, Klaudia Majcher attended a workshop on ‘Exploring the Relationship between Market Power and Data Protection’, organised...
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Lunch Lecture on eSports Salary Caps

On 19 April 2023, Fabian Ziermann held an SKW Schwarz Lunch Lecture on the United States Department of Justice’s settlement...



Competition Law in Austria

Viktoria Robertson’s new book on the substantive and procedural competition law rules was just published in Kluwer Law’s International Encylcopaedia...

State Aid and COVID-19

In the recent EStAL issue, Petar Petrov discusses the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic on air transportation and the provided...
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eSports – Regulating Aspiring Gatekeepers?

Are new gatekeeper regulations fit for purpose and how can understanding eSports help in regulating digital markets? Find out more...


Viktorija Morozovaite

(University of Utrecht) @ Jour fixe, Can hypernudging by digital voice assistants amount to anticompetitive discrimination? (27 April 2022)

Christian Rapani

(Attorney-at-law) @ Course "Exploitation of IP Rights", eSports (2 June 2022)

Judith Feldner

(E+H Rechtsanwälte) @ Course “Moot Court Kartellrecht”, Preliminary round (19 January 2022)


Visiting Research at the European University Institute (EUI)

On 8 May, Klaudia Majcher joined the Center for a Digital Society (CDS) at the European University Institute (EUI) in...

Welcoming the Hub’s Visiting Researchers for Summer 2023

After bidding farewell to Johannes Persch (University of Mannheim), who undertook PhD research on online sales restrictions at The Competition...

Welcoming the Hub’s Visiting Researchers for Summer 2022

The Competition Law Hub is happy to welcome three visiting researchers in the summer term of 2022: Viktorija Morozovaite (University...