Dr Marios Iacovides is an Assistant Professor (Senior Lecturer) in Commercial Law at Uppsala University’s Department of Business Studies and Researcher of the Swedish Royal Society of the Letters. He is specialised in competition law and international economic law. His research focuses on the relationship between his legal fields and sustainability and the effect the Green Deal is having, and the deeper constitutional implications of goals and methods of commercial law. He has worked as a Sustainability Advisor for the Hellenic Competition Commission, as Legal Counsel for the Swedish Competition Authority and he has held various positions at other universities. He also acts as consultant (of counsel) for a boutique competition law firm in Stockholm and he has been Non-Governmental Advisor within the International Competition Network for DG COMP and the Hellenic Competition Commission. His publications can be found here.
The goals of EU competition law: a comprehensive empirical investigationKonstantinos Stylianou and Marios Iacovides, The goals of EU competition law: a comprehensive empirical investigation, Legal Studies, 42(4), 620-648; funded by the Swedish Competition Authority under grant 407/2019
Falling through the cracks no more? Article 102 TFEU and sustainability I – the nexus between dominance, environmental degradation, and social injusticeStockholm Faculty of Law Research Paper Series & Journal of Antitrust Enforcement, Marios C. Iacovides & Christos Vrettos, No 79 & forthcoming in 2021
Radical for whom? Unsustainable business practices as abuses of dominanceCompetition Law, Climate Change & Environmental Sustainability (Book chapter), Dr Marios C. Iacovides and Christos Vrettos, Mars 26, 2021, Concurrences book