Jan Broulík recently completed his PhD under the joint auspices of Tilburg University, the Netherlands, and Charles University, Czechia (Prague). His dissertation conceptually analyzes the use of economics in antitrust decision-making.
Previously, Jan obtained an LLM from Tilburg University in 2013 (cum laude), JD from Charles University in 2012 (cum laude), and MSc from the University of Economics in Prague in 2011. He studied also at the University of Queensland, Australia in 2009 (Commendation for High Achievement).
Jan conducted research at the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg from Procedural Law, University of Lucerne, University of Hull, and University of Oslo as a visiting scholar. He was also an intern at the Court of Justice of the European Union with the cabinet of Advocate General Michal Bobek, and a junior associate in a Prague law firm.
Areas of Jan’s interest comprise antitrust law, law & economics, and jurisprudence. He has presented his research at a number of venues, including the European University Institute, King’s College London and the Norwegian School of Economics. Jan has authored several journal articles and co-authored a book.