Petar Petrov


Petar Petrov is Research and Teaching Associate in the Competition Law and Digitalization Research Group at the Vienna University of Economy and Business (WU) where he teaches EU and Austrian competition law and unfair practices law. He studied at the Universities of Vienna, Paris I Pantheon-Sorbonne and Paris II Pantheon-Assas, as well as the College of Europe. He has clerked with the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Competition, the Bulgarian Ministry of Finance and the Ministry for Foreign Affairs. He has worked in the fields of antitrust law, merger control, state aid, foreign investment control and corporate/M&A with  international law firms in Brussels, Luxembourg and Munich and is qualified to practice law in Belgium. His PhD thesis focuses on the special responsibility of gatekeepers in EU competition law. He is a junior member of the Academic Society for Competition and the French Association for Competition Law (AFEC). His current research focuses on competition law enforcement and competition policy in digital markets, in particular on abusive conduct by digital platforms.

Dominance, Super-Dominance, and Gatekeeper Status: Variable Shades of Market Power in Digital Markets

slides for the discussion roundtable (on PDF format)