Ágnes Sipiczki is a Research Assistant in the Global Governance, Regulation, Innovation, Digital Economy (GRID) unit at CEPS.
Her research interests involve competition law, industrial policy, digital transition, and better regulation.
Ágnes holds a cum laude LL.M. degree in European Competition Law and Regulation from the University of Amsterdam. She wrote her Master’s thesis on the risks of rising protectionism and state intervention in merger control. Her thesis was awarded by the Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Markets. She obtained her cum laude Honour’s BSc degree in Politics, Psychology, Law and Economics with a major in comparative and international law at the University of Amsterdam.
Before joining CEPS, Ágnes worked as a Research Assistant at the Amsterdam Centre for European Law and Governance, where she was involved in several large-scale interdisciplinary research projects in the domains of competition law and public health policy. During her studies, Ágnes gained experience in public interest litigation by working at a legal clinic in Amsterdam.
Her mother tongue Hungarian, she is fluent in English, and has basic knowledge of Italian and Dutch.