Anselm Küsters

Anselm Küsters was born in Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany. He studied History, German Literature and Economics at the University of Heidelberg and then continued his studies in the Master’s program Economic and Social History at Oxford University, UK. Since 2018, he is writing his PhD thesis at the Max Planck Institute for Legal History and Legal Theory in Frankfurt am Main. In his current research, he aims to clarify the ordoliberal influence on EU competition policy by drawing on new quantitative text mining methods from the field of Digital Humanities. His personal website is:

Lessons from the Past? How Ordoliberal Competition Theory Can Address Market Power in the Digital Age

Some of the lessons uncovered by ordoliberal thinkers during the interwar period in Germany could help us tackle the current challenges posed by the...

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