The Journal Wirtschaft und Wettbewerb (WuW), (“Economy and Competition”), is the oldest antitrust law journal in the German-speaking area. Since 2016 Rupprecht Podszun has been a co-editor of WuW and serves as the responsible editor for the cases section. Further information: www.wuw-online.de.
In cooperation with colleagues from all over Europe, Rupprecht Podszun founded the Journal of European Consumer and Market Law (EuCML), which is jointly published by C.H. Beck, Nomos and Wolters Kluwer. It is available online at Beck-Online and Kluwer Law International. The Journal features a section with peer-reviewed articles and serves as a forum for current discussions on European private law, especially related to consumer law. For more information, see www.eucml.eu.
The Academic Society for Competition Law (ASCOLA) is the leading international association of researchers who deal with antitrust law. Every year Ascola organises conferences at different locations, gathering numerous researchers to discuss current topics of competition law. From 2011 to 2017 Rupprecht Podszun served in the Steering Committee of Ascola, and he is a board member. For further information click on www.ascola.org.
Rupprecht is also a Non-Governmental Adviser of the International Competition Network (ICN), the forum for competition authorities from around the world: https://www.internationalcompetitionnetwork.org.
Rupprecht Podszun‘s academic home institution is the Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition in Munich, where he wrote his dissertation and his postdoctoral thesis. As an Affiliated Research Fellow he is still connected with the MPI through various projects. For more information see www.ip.mpg.de.
Rupprecht also serves on the board of the Theodor-Heuss-Stiftung, an impartial political foundation, and as a member of the Advisory Commitee of demokratisch handeln, an association promoting democratic commitment in schools. He is a member of the board of the Köhler-Osbahr-Stiftung and a member of the scientific committee of Forschungsinstitut für Wirtschaftsverfassung und Wettbewerb (FIW), a think tank.
From January until May 2017 Rupprecht Podszun conducted research as a Visiting Scholar at the University of Cambridge. For more information, see www.cam.ac.uk.