Jean Monnet Research Prize for European Union Law

Since 2016, University of Vienna's LLM Program in European and International Business Law co-hosts and co-organizes Austria's prestigious Jean Monnet Research Prize for European Union Law jointly with the Austrian Association for European Law and Danube University Krems.

This prize is awarded annually to an outstanding doctoral thesis which investigates current legal issues in the field of EU law and which was approved at one of Austria's universities. The Jean Monnet Research Prize includes a cash prize of EUR 3,000.

2018 Prize Winner:

Dr. Martin Miernicki: Collective Management of Copyrights between Competition, Regulation and Monopolism: A Comparison of European and U.S. Approaches to Collective Management Organizations

2017 Prize Winner:

Dr. Marcus W.A. Sonnberger: The Appreciability in European Antitrust Law

2016 Prize Winner:

Dr. Nicole Daniel: The Treatment of Regulated Networks in European and US Antitrust Law