Ágnes Sipiczki, former LLM student EU Competition Law and Regulation and ACELG Research Assistant, has won the 1st thesis prize at the ACM Dag van de Scriptie’ thesis competition.
Every year, the Netherlands Authority for Consumers &Markets ACM organizes the ‘Dag van de Scriptie’ (Thesis Day) to strengthen the bond with the academic world. Students from various universities defended their thesis in front of a professional jury.
Ágnes’ thesis, titled ‘Protection against Protectionism – The Case of Merger Control’, was praised by the jury for setting out a complex and relevant topic in an EU-wide perspective and its geopolitical direction towards protectionism.
Her LLM thesis was supervised by dr. Kati Cseres, Amsterdam Centre for European Law and Governance (ACELG).