CME - Centre for Market and Economic Law
The Centre for Market and Economic Law (CME) is a Research Centre at the Faculty of Law at the University of Copenhagen. CME engages in research into the legal aspects of the use of markets as the basis for the social model known in Denmark and in the Western world.
The Centre for Market and Economic Law (CME) is a Research Centre at the Faculty of Law at the University of Copenhagen.
CME engages in research into the legal aspects of the use of markets as the basis for the social model known in Denmark and in the Western world.
The Centre for Market and Economic Law is established on the basis of the view that the market economy and markets are essential components of the social structure and of the regulation of the conditions for business life. Businesses operate in the market, and there is therefore an inherent connection between markets and businesses. CME carry out research into the legal consequences of this, both into whether the existing regulations are sufficient and appropriate and into the consequences of applying market mechanisms in areas that have not previously been subject to market conditions, or at least not to their full extent.
CME is managed by:
Head of centre, Professor Caroline Heide-Jørgensen: who has the overall and coordinating responsibility for CME, and as such representing the Centre to the Dean's Office. Besides that Caroline is responsible for the daily operation, the economy, communication and the research coordination.
Professor Karsten Naundrup Olesen coordinates the Centre’s educational activities.
CME's researchers are involved in a number of current and prospective projects within the center's focus area of economic law:
There is close interaction between research and education at the Faculty of Law, and researchers at CME teach and supervisor bachelor and master degree studentes as well as and Ph.D.-students within the centre's research areas. Further on research activities at CME.
Students are welcome to contact members of the staff at CME regarding supervision in relation to bachelor reports and master’s theses.
Find information about our study programmes:
- Educational information about the LL.B. and LL.M. degree programmes
- Continuing and professional education
CME is interested in PhD projects within it’s research areas. See the PhD projects of CME.
|Andersen, Mads Bryde||Professor|
|Ben Soltane, Monia Fleischer||PhD student|
|Bergqvist, Christian||Associate professor|
|Ehlers, Andreas Bloch||Professor with special responsibilities|
|Hansen, Jesper Lau||Professor|
|Kollmar, Christy Lynne||PhD student|
|Nielsen, Kathrine Rosman||PhD student|
|Olesen, Karsten Naundrup||Professor|
|Stanescu, Catalin-Gabriel||Assistant professor|
|Winther, Thomas Kyhl||PhD student|
Head of centre,
South Campus, Building: 6A.3.14
Karen Blixens Plads 16
DK-2300 Copenhagen S
Phone: +45 35 32 31 28
6 July 2020, 14:00-16:00
8 July 2020, 14:00-16:00