In June 2016, she defended her doctoral thesis about the interaction between competition law and data on online platforms. For her article Market Definition and Market Power in Data: The Case of Online Platforms (World Competition 2015, 38(4)), she won the Young Writer’s Award of Kluwer Law International’s journal World Competition.
In Fall 2014, Inge was a visiting researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition in Munich.
Other research interests include electronic communications law, net neutrality, the digital single market and internet regulation in general.
Inge studied at the universities of Maastricht and Nijmegen where she obtained, respectively, a master’s degree in European law and a master’s degree in Dutch law focusing on competition, intellectual property and corporate law.
Prior to joining KU Leuven in October 2012, she performed traineeships at the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs dealing with competition and public procurement policy issues, and at the European Commission’s DG Competition where she worked on various competition investigations in the ICT sector.