Jean Monnet Chair
In 2012 Prof. Klaus Heine of Erasmus School of Law has been awarded the Jean Monnet Chair of Economic Analysis of European Law. The Jean Monnet label is recognised as a sign of excellence. It was established by the European Commission as an initiative to promote teaching, research and reflection in the field of European integration studies in higher education institutions.
On this website you will find all information concerning the activities of the Jean Monnet Chair of Economic Analysis of European Law. For questions and remarks please contact one of the student assistants, or post them on Facebook!
The Jean Monnet Chair of Economic Analysis of European Law will strengthen teaching and research on European integration at Erasmus University and will make European integration studies more accessible for students and civil society groups.
Amongst the chair’s activities are:
- The Political Economy of European Integration. A Minor course at the bachelor level (15 ECTS). This course is given in English and is also appropriate for International/Exchange students. This course includes:
- A trip to Brussels to visit the European institutions
- Meeting decision makers from the European Union and industry
- Insight into the European decision making process
- Economic Analysis of European Integration. An elective course in the Master in International and European Public Law;
- Organisation of the Intensive Seminar for doctoral students;
- Active participation in European Doctorate in Law and Economics Seminar;
- Lecturer of the course Introduction to the economic fundamentals of grid law in the Master of Business, Competition and Regulatory Law at the Freie Universität Berlin;
- Lecturer of the course Grid Operation – Incentive Channeling in the MBA “Energy Management” at the Technical University Berlin.
Amongst the chair’s research activities are:
- Regulatory competition between European legal orders;
- Deregulation and liberalization of public utilities in the European Union;
- European Governance and financial markets regulation (EURO-CEFG);
- State aid control;
- Behavioural approaches to contract and tort (BACT).
|Prof.Dr. K. Heine||Alberto Quintavalla|
|Law and Economics|
|Erasmus School of Law|
|Erasmus University Rotterdam|
Students can come by during office hours (Monday 10.00-11.00h) or after making an appointment by sending an email.