Dr. Katalin Cseres is associate professor of law at the European Law Department of the University of Amsterdam and a research fellow, both at the Amsterdam Center for Law & Economics (ACLE) and at the Amsterdam Centre for European Law and Governance (ACELG).
She obtained her university degree in law (1999, cum laude) at the Eötvös Loránd University of Budapest, Hungary. She obtained her Ph.D. title from the University of Utrecht in 2004. Her Ph.D. thesis dealt with the topic 'Competition Law and Consumer Protection', which was published by Kluwer International in 2005.
Her main fields of interest include competition law and economic regulation, consumer protection, comparative law and institutional economics. In her research she investigates the role of the consumers in economic regulation and analyzes the intersections between consumer law, competition law and sector regulation. Her research focuses on law enforcement and the broader institutional and governance framework of economic regulation. She studies these research topics in the dynamic framework of European law and national law, with a special interest in the legal and institutional developments of the Central and Eastern European countries.