Dr Antje Kreutzmann-Gallasch





Faculty of Business and Law


Deakin Law School


Melbourne Burwood Campus


Research interests

Originally educated in Germany (Humboldt-University Berlin), Antje completed a Master of Laws at the University of East Anglia (United Kingdom). Having been awarded a full scholarship she obtained her PhD from the University of East Anglia (UK).  During her doctoral studies, Antje worked as a research associate at the Centre for Competition Policy (Norwich, UK), where she undertook quantitative and qualitative research.

Antje’s main areas of research interest focus on how competition and regulation policies can ensure access to essential services. Being exposed to different jurisdictions is reflected in her research, as Antje is particularly interested in comparative work.

Antje teaches in the areas of competition law and policy, criminal law and criminal procedure.

Antje is a member of ASCOLA (Academic Society for Competition Law).

Research and Teaching Interests:

Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Competition Law and Policy, Economic Regulation, Regulation of the electricity and gas sector, Regulation of Renewables, European Union

Knowledge areas

Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Competition Law, Economic Regulation


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A Case for Openness - Book Publishing and the Role of Amazon

Antje Kreutzmann-Gallasch, Simone Schroff

(2022), Vol. 53, pp. 194-218, IIC - International Review of Intellectual Property and Competition Law, Berlin, Germany, C1

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Universal ultrafast broadband after Brexit - a distinct possibility or rather wishful thinking?

Antje Kreutzmann-Gallasch

(2020), Vol. 41, pp. 225-233, ECLR: European competition law review, Andover, Eng., C1

journal article

Universal service obligations and the liberalization of network industries: taming the Chimera?

M Harker, A Kreutzmann-Gallasch

(2016), Vol. 12, pp. 236-276, European competition journal, Abingdon, Eng., C1-1

journal article

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