Marco Botta is Part-time Professor at the European University Institute, where he is the coordinator of the Florence Competition Programme (FCP) and ENTraNCE for Judges. In addition, he is Affiliated Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition (MPI) in Munich (Germany). Finally, he is Adjunct Professor at the Law Faculty of the University of Vienna (Austria), where he teaches EU, competition and State aid law. In March 2010, Dr. Botta defended his doctoral thesis in the Law Department of the EUI, which was later published as a monograph by Kluwer Law International. In addition, Dr. Botta holds a bachelor’s degree in International and Diplomatic Sciences from the University of Turin (Italy) and LL.M. in European Business Law from the Law Faculty of Leiden University (the Netherlands). Dr. Botta is author of several publications in peer-reviewed legal journals. His research focusses on EU competition and State aid law.
Nondiscrimination in standard essential patents; ND Prong v. Art. 102(c) TFEUJournal of Competition Law and Economics, Marco Botta, December 2021, Volume 17, Issue 4
Sanctioning unfair pricing under Art. 102(a) TFEU: Yes, we can!European Competition Journal, Marco Botta, December 3, 2020,