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Biography

Peter is a Lecturer in Law and Finance at the Faculty of Law, where he is currently pursuing his DPhil under the supervision of Professor Ariel Ezrachi. He holds a MSc in Law and Finance (MLF) from the University of Oxford, along with LLM degrees from Columbia Law School, University College London (UCL), and Maynooth University (Ireland). Peter's research interests lie, broadly, at the interplay between Law and Economics and his DPhil thesis explores the behavioural economic implications for Antitrust in digital platform markets. Peter is also on the Editorial Board of the Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal (OUCLJ).

Publications

Recent additions

  • P O'Loughlin, 'Public-Private Antitrust Enforcement Conflicts - Assessing Criminalization as a Solution' (2017) 23 Columbia Journal of European Law 683
  • P O'Loughlin, 'The Criminal Enforcement of Antitrust Law - The Importance of Building an Enforcement Culture and How to Create It' (2016) 5 UCL Journal of Law and Jurisprudence 116
  • Iris Chiu, Anna Donovan, Martin Petrin and P O'Loughlin, 'Towards an Adaptive Economic Model for Microstates – The Importance of Company Law Reform in International Regulatory Competition' (2016) 37 The Company Lawyer 267

Journal Article (3)

P O'Loughlin, 'Public-Private Antitrust Enforcement Conflicts - Assessing Criminalization as a Solution' (2017) 23 Columbia Journal of European Law 683
P O'Loughlin, 'The Criminal Enforcement of Antitrust Law - The Importance of Building an Enforcement Culture and How to Create It' (2016) 5 UCL Journal of Law and Jurisprudence 116
Iris Chiu, Anna Donovan, Martin Petrin and P O'Loughlin, 'Towards an Adaptive Economic Model for Microstates – The Importance of Company Law Reform in International Regulatory Competition' (2016) 37 The Company Lawyer 267

Research projects