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A.j.c. (adrienne) De Moor-van Vugt

Faculty of Law
University of Amsterdam


Adrienne de Moor-van Vugt is full professor of Constitutional and Administrative Law at the Law Faculty of the UvA and faculty at the Amsterdam Center for Law & Economics ACLE. Before the appointment at UvA De Moor-van Vugt worked several years as a Justice at the Trade and Industries Appeals Board (College van Beroep voor het bedrijfsleven), a specialized Dutch court that deals with disputes between government authorities and companies in the field of competition law, financial law, banking regulation, and telecom. De Moor-van Vugt studied Dutch Law at Tilburg University and earned her PhD degree in 1995 with a book on the principle of proportionality in EC law. In 1997 the book was awarded with the prestigious VAR-award by the Dutch Association of Administrative Law (VAR). In later years De Moor-van Vugt was professor of Administrative Sanctions and Jean Monnet professor of European Administrative Law at Tilburg University. In those years she was also Head of Education and member of the Faculty Board of Tilburg University. De Moor-van Vugt's recent research includes regulation and supervision in the gas and electricity sector, the banking crisis and the role of national and European banking authorities, state aid under EU law, EU subsidies, and competition law. Her inaugural address in May 2010 dealt with the EU rules of good repute for bankers and its implementation in the Netherlands and the UK. Other fields of research are the impact of EU law on Dutch administrative procedural law, the Dutch court system for administrative law cases, liability of EU member states for breach of EU law, and integrity issues in public administration.

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