Victoria Daskalova

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Dr. Victoria Daskalova (1985) is an Assistant Professor within the Chair of Law, Governance and Technology in the Department of Governance and Technology for Sustainability (CSTM) in the Faculty of Behavioral and Management Science. Her research is on the intersection of law and economics.
Victoria holds a BA in Political Science (2007, Duke University), an LLM in International and European Law (2010, Tilburg University), an LLM in Legal Research (2011, Tilburg University). She completed her PhD in Law at the Tilburg Law and Economics Center (2016) on a thesis about the application of the EU antitrust rules to the exercise of monopsony and buyer power. During her doctorate, Victoria was a trainee at the European Commission Directorate General for Competition. Victoria joined the Department of Governance and Technology for Sustainability in December 2015. Her research examines the constraints and opportunities under EU competition law for achieving the growth, sustainability, and innovation objectives of the EU. Areas of interest and expertise include the food (retail) sector, energy and health markets. Victoria is an extramural fellow at the Tilburg Law and Economics Center (TILEC) and a member of the Netherlands Institute for Governance (NIG). In addition to her responsibilities in teaching and research, Victoria sits on the Exam Board for Governance Studies of the Faculty of Behavioral and Management Science and is a Research Ethics contact person for the CSTM department.

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