Anne Witt


EDHEC Augmented Law Institute Researcher

Main contributions

Antitrust Bulletin (2021 ; 2022), Concurrences (2020), Antitrust Bulletin (2019); Common Market Law Review (2018; 2012); European Competition Journal (2016; 2012); Hart Publishing, Oxford (2016); European Law Review (2012)

Discipline: Law
Faculty: Accounting, Control & Legal Affairs
Expertise: EU and US antitrust law, internal market law, digital platform regulation


Anne Witt is a Professor of Law and a member of the EDHEC Augmented Law Institute.  She gained her first law degree from the University of Freiburg im Breisgau, an LLM from the University of Virginia (Fulbright scholar), and a PhD from the University of Kent.  She is admitted to the bar in Germany. She previously worked for the University of Leicester, and was a visiting research fellow at the European University Institute (2015) and an Emile Noël Research Fellow at NYU Law School (2019). Her key research and teaching interests lie in the area of competition law and the digital economy.  Select papers are available on SSRN.

Publications of Anne Witt

03.11.2022 - EDHEC publication

La nouvelle législation européenne "Digital Markets Act" suffira-t-elle à encadrer les GAFAM ?

Anne Witt

EDHEC Augmented Law Institute, EDHEC VOX, November 2022

11.05.2022 - Article in a peer reviewed journal

Who's Afraid of Conglomerate Mergers?

Anne Witt

Antitrust Bulletin, Volume 67, May 2022, Pages 208 - 236

18.02.2022 - Article in a peer reviewed journal

Platform Regulation in Europe - per se Rules to the Rescue?

Anne Witt

Journal of Competition Law & Economics, Volume 18, February 2022, Pages 670 - 708

05.05.2021 - Article in a peer reviewed journal

Excessive Data Collection as a Form of Anticompetitive Conduct - The German Facebook Case

Anne Witt

Antitrust Bulletin, Volume 66, May 2021, Pages 276 - 307

24.03.2021 - Article in a non peer reviewed journal

Selective Distribution in the Age of E-Commerce: An overview of EU and national developments

Anne Witt

Concurrences, e-Competitions Special Issue Selective Distribution, March 2021, Pages 1 - 8

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