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Ariel Ezrachi is the Slaughter and May Professor of Competition Law and a Fellow of Pembroke College, Oxford. He serves as the Director of the University of Oxford Centre for Competition Law and Policy.

He is co-editor-in-chief of the Journal of Antitrust Enforcement (OUP) and the author, editor and co-editor of numerous books, including Virtual Competition - The Promise and Perils of the Algorithm Driven Economy (2016, Harvard), EU Competition Law - An Analytical Guide to the Leading Cases (5th ed, 2016, Hart), Global Antitrust Compliance Handbook (2014, OUP), Research Handbook on International Competition Law (2012 EE), Intellectual Property and Competition Law: New Frontiers (2011, OUP), Criminalising Cartels: Critical Studies of an International Regulatory Movement (2011, Hart), Article 82 EC - Reflections on its recent evolution (2009, Hart) and Private Labels, Brands and Competition Policy (2009, OUP).

His recently published papers focus on the digital economy, e-commerce, parity clauses, marketplace bans, vertical agreements, buyer power and the limits of competition law. He is the author of the award winning paper 'Sponge' (2017) and co-author of the award wining paper 'Artificial Intelligence & Collusion' (2016).

​His research on the digital economy has been featured in The Economist, The New Yorker, Wall Street Journal, The Guardian, Times Higher Education, Harvard Business Review, Berkeley Technology Law Journal, Chicago University Pro Market, OBLB, WIRED, BBC, CPI, and other international outlets.

Prof. Ezrachi develops training and capacity building programmes in competition law and policy for the private and public sectors, including training programmes for European judges endorsed and subsidised by the European Commission. He is a member of UNCTAD Research Partnership Platform and a former Non-Governmental Advisor to the ICN.

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