Stavros Makris is a postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Social Sciences of Wageningen University & Research, working on blockchain, competition law and food governance. He holds an LLM in European and International Law (2015) from the European University Institute, an LLM in Competition and Corporate Law with Distinction from University College London (2013), an LLM in Philosophy of Law cum laude (2012) and an LLB (2011) from University of Athens. Stavros has practiced law in two leading law firms in Greece and worked as a Teaching Fellow at Sciences Po (2018-2019).
Stavros has published peer-reviewed articles and book chapters on the field of competition law and he is the translator of Hart’s ‘Concept of Law into Greek (Arsenides Publications). He has been a member of the editorial board of European Journal of Legal Studies (https://ejls.eui.eu/) and Applications of Public Law (https://www.nb.org/greek/efarmoges-dimosioy-dikaioy.html) and an external collaborator of Concurrences (https://www.concurrences.com/en/) and Journal of Antitrust Enforcement (https://academic.oup.com/antitrust). His research interests include competition law, legal theory, EU law, law and technology.
List of publications:
‘Openness and Integrity in Antitrust’ (2020) 16 3 Journal of Competition Law and Economics (2020)
‘Antitrust Governance in an Era of Rapid Change’ in Björn Lundqvist and Michal S. Gal, Competition Law for the Digital Economy (Edward Elgar 2019)
‘Commitments and network governance in EU antitrust: Gasorba’ (co-authored with Alexander Ruiz Feases) (2018) 55 6 Common Market Law Review 1959-1988
‘Exploring the Ordoliberal Paradigm: The Competition - Democracy Nexus’ (co-authored with Elias Deutscher, 50/50) (2016) 11 2 Competition Law Review 181-214
‘Applying Normative Theories in EU Competition Law: Exploring Article 102 TFEU’ (2014) 3 UCL Journal of Law and Jurisprudence 30-57