Katalin J. Cseres University of Amsterdam


Kati Cseres is an Associate Professor of Law at the Amsterdam Centre for European Law and Governance (ACELG), University of Amsterdam. She is a Senior Fellow of the Amsterdam Center for Law & Economics (ACLE) and the academic coordinator for the Master’s programme European Competition Law and Regulation. She is editor of the Journal Legal Issues of Economic Integration. She is also member of the Advisory Board, Loyola Chicago Consumer Law Review. Kati has been Non-governmental adviser to the Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Markets (ACM) between 2014 and 2020. In 2017 she was appointed as external expert by the Dutch Minister of Education, Culture and Science for determining and adopting of selection lists for the Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Markets (ACM) according to the Decision on Archives. She is also a Board Member of Stichting Ontwikkelingen Mededingingsrecht. Kati has considerable experience in training national judges in EU competiton law, consumer law and EU state aid law within the framework of Re-Jus project and the EEUStAID project ’Building Central and Eastern European judicial capacities for the enforcement of EU State aid law’. In 2018 she was working as Distinguished Guest Fellow at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest. Her project was titled ’Consumers in public services markets in the EU and Hungary’. She is an external research fellow at the Center for Social Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences Centre of Excellence, Budapest. Kati’s research expertise lies in EU competition law and consumer law, where she investigates how legal rules, formal and informal institutions of consumer and competition laws are connected and reinforced in market design and oversight. Her research agenda focuses on fundamental transformations in societies and economies that disrupt prevailing models of competition law enforcement and consumer law. She is currently working on two projects: ‘Priority Setting Project’, that studies the legal, economic and institutional factors that influence setting enforcement priorities by all 28 national competition authorities in the EU. The project uses a novel empirical methodology and systematically analyses the competition authorities’ priority-setting policies and practices.

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