Jean Monnet Chairs are teaching posts with a specialization in European Union studies for university professors. They are co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union. The Chair is an integral part of the hosting higher education institution and is inscribed in the institution’s official academic activities.
The Jean Monnet Chair in European Innovation Policy is the first Chair ever awarded to the Università Europea di Roma (Italy). The Chair holder is Prof. Valeria Falce, Full Professor of Economics Law at the Department of Human Sciences, Faculty of Economics.
The Chair focuses on European innovation policy with a particular attention to single innovation market and intellectual property rights strategy. The teaching course aims to build a solid knowledge-base on Innovation Policy, which is essential to the construction of a community of innovation for economic and social growth, sustainable development and competitiveness.MORE INFO
26 May 2021
Competition Policy and Enforcement in Digital Market WEDNESDAY 26th MAY 2021 V Session Chair Adam Scott, Director of Studies, Competition Appeal Tribunal, UK 10.00 – 11.00 Algorithms in Competition Law Enforcement Valeria Falce - DiCL Scientific Coordinator Nicola Faraone - DiCL Team 11.30 – 12.30 Killer Acquisitions And Merger Control Nicola Faraone - DiCL Team 12.30 - 13.30 Round Table and Debate VI Session Chair Adam Sc...More info
25 May 2021
Competition Policy and Enforcement in Digital Market TUESDAY 25th MAY 2021 III Session Chairs Adam Scott (EN), Director of Studies, Competition Appeal Tribunal, UK Emanuele Bilotti (IT), European University of Rome 9.30 – 10.30 102 TFEU: Focus on Excluding conducts Massimiliano Kadar - Deputy Head of Unit, Antitrust Telecoms - DG Competition 10.30 – 11.00 Debate 11.00 - 12.00 Competition institutional design: Private enforcement in acti...More info
24 May 2021
Competition Policy and Enforcement in Digital Market MONDAY 24th MAY 2021 9.00 - 9.30 Registration 9.30 - 10.00 Plenary session - Presentation of DiCL - Valeria Falce - DiCL Scientific Coordinator and Jean Monnet Chair holder in European Innovation Policy, European University of Rome I Session Chair Adam Scott, Director of Studies, Competition Appeal Tribunal, UK 10.00 – 11.00 Competition Policy in times of Crisis Valeria Falce - DiCL Scientific Coord...More info
Prof. Valeria Falce – Chair holder and academic coordinator. Her main research areas of interest include intellectual property, competition policy, market regulation, digital innovation and economic analysis of law. Since 2016 she serves as Full Professor of Economics Law at Università Europea di Roma, since 2017 she serves in the same University as Deputy Rector for Development and since 2016 she also serves as PhD Coordinator for the Doctoral Course, admitted to the “Innovative and it...PROFILE
Emanuela Delbufalo is professor of Operations Management and Business Management at Università Europea di Roma (Faculty of Economics). Since 2016 she is also vice-coordinator of the Departmental Centre for Research in the Università Europea di Roma. In 2017 she reached the Full professorship qualification from a national Committee (with unanimously positive evaluation). Since 2013, Emanuela is also Visiting Research Fellow at the Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management at the Cranfi...PROFILE
Her research fields include internal market, state aids, innovation and competition law. She graduated with honours at Luiss-Guido Carli University (March 1993). She has been studying International Law and European Law at Luiss-Guido Carli University and at La Sapienza University of Rome from 1993 to 1999. She obtained the PhD in EU Law at the University of Trieste (1994-1997). Since 2005 she is Professor of EU Law, Competition Law and internal market at Parthenope University (Naples). Profes...PROFILE
He is Associate Professor in Commercial Law at the Mediterranean University of Reggio Calabria. His main research areas of interest include competition law, intellectual property and commercial law. Between 2005 and 2008, he served as Assistant Professor in Commercial Law at the La Sapienza University of Rome. He has been Visiting Professor and Visiting Fellow in several different institutes, including Wuhan University School of Law (2014), Tbilisi State University School of Law (2012), Loyol...PROFILE
He is Post-Doctoral Researcher at Università Europea di Roma, CREDA. His main research areas of interest include competition law, intellectual property, market regulation, and economic analysis of law. Since March 2017, he serves as Tutor in the Master in Competition and Innovation, and as Lecturer in Markets Regulation and Law, at Luiss-Guido Carli University. He was Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at the National University of Singapore – NUS (2014-2016). In 2012, he completed a PhD in Co...PROFILE
Cycle of seminars: “I venerdì dell’antitrust”
May 6th 2022 | 15:00/18:00 | Valeria Falce, Università Europea di Roma – “La nuova disciplina dei mercati digitali. Il Digital Markets Act”
Article “L’abuso di dipendenza economica nel digitale. Perché no?”
May 5th 2022 – filodiritto.com – Valeria Falce – Jean Monnet Professor in Eu Innovation Policy
Meeting: Artificial Intelligence & Big Data – The actual and future challenges
TechLaw Spring Meeting – Rome 2022 – 9:00/13:45 | V. Falce – Legal Advisor to the Ministry of Technological Innovation and digital transition.
Seminar: “THE ENFORCEMENT OF COMPETITION LAW IN TIMES OF CRISIS”
July 7th-8th-9th 2022 – Valeria Falce participation: Jean Monnet Professor of EU Innovation Policy e Professore ordinario di diritto dell’economia nell’Università Europea di Roma.
Seminars cycle: “PROTECH Debates” – Advanced studies on the legal aspects of medical ly assisted procreation intersection between Ethics and Sciences.
April 14th 2022 – Valeria Falce – Jean Monnet Professor of EU Innovation Policy e Professore ordinario di diritto dell’economia nell’Università Europea di Roma.
Article: L’IA in consiglio di amministrazione: ecco “l’algo-governance” – Agenda Digitale
Valeria Falce – Jean Monnet Professor of EU Innovation Policy e Professore ordinario di diritto dell’economia nell’Università Europea di Roma.
Cecilia Sertoli – Dottoranda, ICPC-Innovation, Regulation and Competition Policy Centre, Università Europea di Roma.
March-May 2021 – Series of 6 Friday Seminars and a Workshop on 26 April 2021 in Rome, on “Intellectual Property Rights Strategy in Europe”
Submit draft papers or extended abstracts no later than 30th March 2021
2020 Seminar and Workshop Series on “Advanced Studies on the Standardization, competition and innovation in the Digital Single Market Strategy”
Submit papers or extended abstracts no later than 21th of February 2020
2018-2019 Seminar and Workshop Series on “Innovation Union and Collaborative Economy”
Deadline extended – Submit papers no later than 17th of February 2020
Seminars dedicated to “Financial Innovation Fintech”
Submit papers no later than 15th of November 2019