In this chapter we recognise 15 economists who stand out for their excellent work providing expert knowledge and testimony in complex antitrust matters and competition economics.
Most Highly Regarded
Analysis Group’s Antoine Chapsal has a “very good reputation” thanks to his “excellent work” providing expertise in abuse of dominance cases, merger matters and cartel investigations.
Emmanuel Frot is an “excellent” practitioner who excels in providing first-class economic advice in cartel investigations.
Deloitte’s Gildas de Muizon is widely regarded as a go-to name in France for competition economics and damages assessment.
Olivier Sautel comes highly recommended by peers and clients alike for his deep knowledge and experience of European cartel and abuse of dominance cases.
François Lévêque continues to impress respondents who consider him a “top name” in the French competition market.
At the Institut D’Economie Industrielle, Patrick Rey is looked upon with enormous favour for his wealth of experience when it comes to advising on competition economics.
The “brilliant” Jean Tirole is widely regarded as “exceptional”, with far-reaching knowledge of competition economics, regulation and market power.
David Sevy of Compass Lexecon is “one of the top” economists in France, known for his vast experience in competition policy and providing economic expertise in related litigation.
Laurent Flochel of Charles River Associates is “one of the best, if not the best economist in the market”, according to impressed sources.
Frédéric Jenny of ESSEC Business School is a “significant name” in the competition space, where he stands out for his profound understanding of antitrust regulation and policy.
David Spector leads KPMG’s competition economics practice and is recognised as an “excellent economist” on cartel investigations.