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Senior Lecturer in Competition and Business Law, Lund University Faculty of Law

Senior Research Fellow, UCL Centre for Law, Economics & Society

Anna Tzanaki is a Senior Lecturer at Lund University Faculty of Law, teaching on the Master’s Programme in European Business Law. In addition, she is a Senior Research Fellow at the UCL Centre for Law, Economics & Society and an Associate Editor at Competition Policy International (CPI), co-editing the CPI Europe Column. Her main research interests lie in the areas of antitrust/ competition law and policy, regulation, law & economics, corporate law and governance, and comparative law.

Anna holds a Ph.D. from the University College London (UCL) Faculty of Laws, an LL.M. from the University of Chicago Law School and an LL.B. from the University of Athens Law School. She has been a Visiting Researcher at Harvard Law School for a year and half of her doctoral studies. She also studied law at Humboldt University of Berlin as an Erasmus exchange student during her undergraduate studies. She has held various scholarships throughout her academic career. Her doctoral research was supported by a full UCL Faculty of Laws Scholarship for Graduate Research and by the Greek State Scholarships Foundation (IKY). Her research visit at Harvard was funded by the UCL Faculty of Laws, PhD Research Impact & Innovation Fund.

She has previously worked within the Competition/Antitrust Group of Linklaters LLP in London, UK and at the International Telecommunication Union in Geneva, Switzerland. She has also worked as a Teaching Fellow at the UCL Faculty of Laws. She is admitted to practice in New York (USA) and in Athens (Greece) (not practicing). Anna is fluent in English, German, French and Greek.
• Ph.D., University College London Faculty of Laws (2017)
• Visiting Researcher, Harvard Law School (2015-2016)
• LL.M., University of Chicago Law School (2010)
• LL.B., University of Athens Law School (2008)
• Erasmus Student, Humboldt University of Berlin (2006-2007)



Problems with the European Commission’s Platform Survey and Lessons Learned from the Economics of Multi-Sided Platforms and Privacy
Cartel Leniency & Immunity: The Mysterious Case of the Missing Markers
The Quest for Pro-Competitive Regulation in the EU: Who Cares?
UPP stories from Sweden
Cracks in the Finish: Affirming Fundamental Rights in the Cement Cartel Case
Rebates: Formalism, Effects and the Real World
Do behavioural insights matter for competition policy?
UK Competition Policy and Brexit – Time for a Reset
Leniency Programs - The Devil Is In The Details
Rising tide of ‘Fix-it-first’ and ‘Up-front Buyer’ remedies in EU and UK merger cases
Morningstar v Commission – Setting the Bar High for Third Parties Challenging EU Commitment Decisions
The state of debate – what to expect from the EU e-commerce sector inquiry
Competition and stability in banking in the EU
Troubling Aspects of the European Commission’s Standard-Essential Patents Roadmap
Active and Passive Institutional Investors and New Antitrust Challenges: Is EU Competition Law Ready?
From Microsoft to Google: eyes wide shut on predatory innovation?
The Intel CJ Ruling: More Than A Nudge Towards Economic Analysis
Measuring the contribution of EU competition policy to economic well-being
Merger control and the public interest: European spotlight on foreign direct investment and national security
The new and controversial theories of harm stemming from common minority ownership of competing firms
CPI Report: Competition Policy in Global Markets - Efficiencies and Remedies in Lean Times

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