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Dr. Juliane Mendelsohn


Institute for German and European Economic Law, Competition Law and Regulatory Law

Master of Business, Competition and Regulatory Law - MBL-FU

Boltzmannstr. 3
Room 2208
14195 Berlin

Office hours

By appointment (via E-Mail)

Welcome to the MBL, where I am delighted to serve as academic director.

Together with my team I will guide you through an academic year comprised of outstanding lectures. Here my focus is on accompanying these with law and economics methodology and instructing you on good (academic) writing and analysis. In addition I teach classes in European Union Law, Competition Law and Regulatory Theory.
My own research interests include notions of power in the private sphere, competition law, financial markets, and legal theory.
I serve as co-editor of the journal EuropeNow (Council for European Studies, Columbia University).

Notions of Power in the Private Sphere

Competition Law with a Focus in Financial Markets and Banking Regulation

Legal Theory


Autonomy and the Market Price in the Age of Dynamic Pricing (with Wiss. Mit. Judith Hantel, FU Berlin), work in progress


What is Conglomerate Power? – Understanding the Tech-Giants and the Need for a Renewal of the EUMR, manuscript accepted, European Competition and Regulatory Law Review, Brussels


Dynamic Pricing and Collusive Risk, manuscript accepted, THEMIS Law Review, Volume 78 – Competition, Lima, Peru, December 2020 (expected)


Stronger together – COVID Rescue Funds and the Dream of True European Solidarity, An Interview with Diogo Magalhaes, EuropeNow, online, 27.5.2020


Auf der Suche Nach der Gewonnenen Zeit, Zeitschrift für Europäisches Privatrecht (ZEUP), 1/2020, 235 ff., A discussion of a seminar organised by Prof. Dr. Johannes W. Flume (FU Berlin) and Dr. Johann Justus Vasel, LL.M. (EUI/ University of Cologne).


Thinking Macroprudentially, Banking & Financial Services Policy Report, April 2019


Systemrisiko und Wirtschaftsordnung im Bankensektor – Zum Ende von Too Big To Fail (Systemic risk and economic constitutionalism in the banking sector - ending too big to fail) NOMOS, December 2018


The Theory and Principles of Banking Regulation after the Financial Crisis – No (systemic) risk, no fun?, in: Lorenzmeier/Miler, The New Law, NOMOS, 2018


Risks, Crisis and European Union Law: Implications and Parallels for Adressing Financial, Energy Security and Environmental Catastrophe, with Sveen, Thea, in: McIntrye-Mills/Romm/Corcoran-Nantes, Balancing Individualism and Collectivism, Springer, 2017


Divesting the Dream of the Universal Banking System, Buse Essay Awards and Publication in Going Public Magazine


Several Articles (European politics and policy) in Open Democracy, Huffington Post, Critical Legal Thinking, Verfassungsblog, New York Times (Room for Debate), The European Magazine (Column “On the Verge” 2014-2016)