Dr Arianna Andreangeli
Arianna Andreangeli's research interests lie in the area of EU and domestic competition law, both substantive and procedural. She is especially interested in exploring how the competition rules can be effectively applied so as to safeguard genuine rivalry in the market while safeguarding the concerned actors' economic freedom and incentive to innovate and invest. In recent work, she has examined the complex interplay between securing the good functioning of open and competitive markets and maintaining the effective exercise of regulatory powers, so that "market failures" can be appropriately corrected, if not altogether prevented. Current projects deal with the impact of Brexit on competition policy in the UK, including a critique of devolution-related issues.