Dr. Dionysios Pelekis

International and European Law

Dionysios Pelekis is a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Centre for Regulation and Enforcement in Europe (RENFORCE). His research focuses on State aid law and subsidy control, and on competition law more broadly. He also maintains a keen interest in tax law.

Within State aid law, Dionysios has a particular interest in enviromental subsidies, aid to the banking sector, rescue & restructuring aid, and aid for research, development, and innovation. His doctoral thesis, undertaken at the University of Edinburgh, focused on the evolution of the notion of fiscal aid, and the interaction between tax law and policy, and State aid law. He has also been working and teaching for a number of years on competition law and new technologies, with a particular focus on how core concepts of the competition law apparatus have or can be affected by technological innovation.