Ioannis Lianos

Ioannis Lianos is the President of the Hellenic Competition Commission and Professor of Global Competition Law and Policy at the Faculty of Laws at UCL. Before joining the HCC, Lianos was the Director of the Centre for Law, Economics & Society at UCL, Vincent Wright chair at Sciences Po (Paris), and Academic Director of the BRICS Competition Law and Policy Centre, Higher School of Economics. He has published extensively in all areas of competition law and policy and his research work has received international prizes (incl. Levehulme Trust, French Academy of Moral and Political Sciences). Lianos chaired the Law Commission for the Reform of Competition Law in Greece (2020).

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