The CoRe Blog is your source of regular news, analyses and a case law reference digest on EU competition law and its interplay with regulatory law but also an interactive discussion platform for the expert community.
So let’s talk competition law!
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EStALI Online Conference on State Aid and Corona
12.06.2020 | Online
Due to Corona the traditional EStALI Spring Forum has switched format: The conference will be held online – but the high quality of the event will be kept! The EStALI Academic Directors Antonios Bouchagiar and Michael Honoré have developed an…...read more
Interactive Online Course on State Aid for Research, Development and Innovation Projects (R&D&I)
02.09.2020 - 03.09.2020 |
In the last years the European Commission adopted some rules that should facilitate the granting of aid measures by Member States in support of research, development and innovation (R&D&I) activities. The R&D&I state aid Framework sets out the rules under…...read more
CoRe – European Competition and Regulatory Law Review
Official Blog of the European Competition and Regulatory Law Review (CoRe)
The CoRe Blog is the interactive online platform for up-to-date analysis of EU competition law developments. It’s the blog companion of the quarterly double blind peer-reviewed European Competition and Regulatory Law Review (CoRe). The CoRe Blog fills in the gaps that a 4-times-a-year journal can’t address: immediate updates and analysis of breaking news in EU competition and regulatory law and the opportunity to discuss these developments directly with other experts through our Comments section.
We want to hear what you think about the hot topics in EU competition and regulatory law. So share your thoughts in the Comments section of every blog post or submit your own post (500-2000 words) as an external author. The author of the most popular blog post in the last quarter will be published in the CoRe journal and get a free copy of an issue of their choice.