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Giorgio Monti

Professor of Competition Law, LAW/RSCAS Joint Chair

Giorgio MontiAppointed in January 2010.

Before joining the EUI in September 2010, Giorgio Monti taught law at the University of Leicester (1993-2001) and at the London School of Economics (2001-2010), he is an Italian national but he received his legal training in the UK.

He has taught across a diverse set of courses; while his main research focus is in the field of competition law, He has engaged in research projects in fields ranging from feminist legal studies, to commercial law, to comparative tort law. 

Supervision Interests

"I welcome research proposals on all aspects of competition law and also economic regulation more generally. I am particularly keen to stimulate researchers to address their topic from theoretical and interdisciplinary perspectives"

Research Interests

His current research is in the fields of economic law, specifically competition law and utilities regulation. He uses an eclectic range of methods in his work and he welcomes candidates wishing to pursue research in any field of economic law, competition law, and regulation.

Current Research Projects

  • Euro-Crisis Law (together with many colleagues in the Law Department): a study of how Members States of the European Union are implementing EU legislation to rescue the Euro
  • ADEMU: Joint project studying how one might construct a sustainable monetary union
  • Antitrust Damages: Study on the calculation of interest in antitrust damages claims
  • ENTRANCE: Project with the Florence School of Regulation: judicial training and workshops on topical antitrust issues

Rome Antitrust Forum

Contact Details

Tel. [+39] 055 4685 724

Email: [email protected]

Administrative contact: [email protected]

Postal address: Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies | Via Boccaccio 121 | 50133 Florence - Italy (Offices: Villa Schifanoia, VS014)

Office Hours: If you wish to meet, please send an email and we will arrange a mutually suitable time from Monday to Wednesday.

Working Languages: English, Italian, French


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