Alexandre De Streel

EUI & University of Namur - FSR Scientific Committee
Biography

Alexandre de Streel is Professor of European law at the University of Namur (Belgium) where he is the Director of the Research Centre for Information, Law and Society (CRIDS/NADI). He is visiting professor at the European University Institute, the Barcelona GSE and the University of Louvain, and member of the Scientific Committees of the Florence School of Regulation (FSR) and of the Mannheim Centre for Competition and Innovation (MaCCI). His main areas of research are the regulation and the application of competition policy to the digital economy as well as the legal issues raised by the development of artificial intelligence.

Alexandre is also a joint-academic director at the Centre on Regulation in Europe (CERRE) and assessor at the Belgian Competition Authority. Alexandre regularly advises international organisations (such as the European Commission, European Parliament, OECD), national regulatory authorities and digital companies on regulatory and competition issues.

Previously, he has been senior European advisor to the Belgian Deputy Prime Minister, attaché in charge of economic and employment policies at the Belgian Permanent Representation to the European Union during the 2010 Belgian Presidency and expert in charge of telecommunications regulation at the European Commission (DG Communications Networks, Content and Technology).

He holds a Ph.D. in Law from the European University Institute (Florence) on the relationship between telecom regulation and competition law done under the supervision of Pierre Larouche and Massimo Motta, and a Master Degree in Economics from the University of Louvain.

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