Prof. Dr. iur. Adrian Künzler

Assistenzprofessor für Handels- und Wirtschaftsrecht mit Schwerpunkt im Wettbewerbs-, Immaterialgüter- und Gesellschaftsrecht


Freiensteinstrasse 5
CH-8032 Zürich

Prof. Dr. Adrian Künzler Büro: FRS 3-302
Telefon: +41 (44) 634'57'02
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Kartellrecht in der digitalen Wirtschaft (MLaw: MAWMF41, 6 ECTS)

Immaterialgüterrecht im digitalen Zeitalter (MLaw: MAWMF41, 6 ECTS)

Law and Economics (MLaw: MAWGU6, 6 ECTS)

Gesellschaftsrecht (BLaw: 120P31, 12 ECTS)

BioMed Entrepreneurship and Innovation (BEP104)

Ausgewählte Publikationen


Restoring Consumer Sovereignty. How Markets Manipulate Us and What the Law Can Do About It, Oxford University Press 2017


Third-Generation Competition Law, Journal of Antitrust Enforcement 2023, 1

Competition Law as a Catalyst for Collective Market Governance: Gauging the Discursive Benefits of Intensified Administrative Action, Yearbook of European Law 2022, 1

On (Some Aspects of) Social Privacy in the Social Media Space, International Data Privacy Law 2022, 63

The Shadow of Digital Antitrust: The Law's Purported Deference to Leading Actors' Product Design Choices, Concurrences Review 4/2022, 1

What Competition Law Can Do for Data Privacy (and Vice Versa), Computer Law and Security Review 2022, 105757

Intellectual Property on the Cusp of the Intangible Economy, Journal of Intellectual Property Law and Practice 2021, 692

Direct Consumer Influence - The Missing Strategy to Integrate Data Privacy Preferences into the Market, Yearbook of European Law 2020, 423

Advancing Quality Competition in Big Data Markets, Journal of Competition Law and Economics 2019, 500

Competition Law Enforcement on Digital Markets - Lessons from Recent EU Case Law, Journal of Antitrust Enforcement 2019, 249


Environmental Law, in: Eyal Zamir/Doron Teichman (Hrsg.), The Oxford Handbook of Behavioral Economics and the Law, Oxford University Press 2014, 748 (mit Prof. Douglas A. Kysar)

National Traditions of Competition Law. A Belated Europeanization through Convergence?, in: Kiran Klaus Patel/Heike Schweitzer (Hrsg.), The Historical Foundations of EU Competition Law, Oxford University Press 2013, 89 (mit Prof. Laurent Warlouzet)

Economic Content of Competition Law: The Point of Regulating Preferences, in: Daniel Zimmer (Hrsg.), The Goals of Competition Law - Global Perspectives, Cheltenham/Northampton 2010, 61


J.S.D., Yale Law School, 2015

LL.M., Yale Law School, 2011

Dr.iur., Universität Zürich, 2009

Lic.iur., Universität Zürich, 2004