Economic law is a broad legal area. Its complexity stems from the multitude of sub-domains embedded in it, as well as from the interesting interplay between them. At EU level in particular, the free movement provisions, the competition law rules, the intellectual property regime, the public procurement law, etc. play an important role in shaping the Internal Market. Economic law is a dynamic domain, entailing constantly developing policies and frameworks, multi-layered regulatory and law enforcement regimes, actors active in various (domestic and transnational) jurisdictional levels, and puzzling case-law of the domestic and EU judiciary.
In order to bring more clarity to the challenges that the economic law area regularly puts forward in both the domestic and transnational contexts, we have created the Radboud Economic Law Blog. This is intended to be a forum where topics of actuality are commented on. The blog’s main aims are to shed light on the latest developments in the economic law field, to bring to the forefront forward-looking analyses of the existing regulatory and enforcement challenges, and to stir debate on the intricacies of the economic law realm.
Moreover, this page also features some of the publications resulting from the Radboud Economic Law Conference international proceedings. This is a recurring event since 2016, bringing together academics and practitioners who debate on various topics of economic law, which are high on the agenda in legal circles.