One man, one concept, three values

I launched Digital Competition in 2020 after my PhD in law and economics on Big Data and Competition Law.

The digital economy is the priority of most institutions around the world. Modernization of antitrust laws and regulations are on the table. The concept is simple. In a complex and fast-moving sector, I provide to firms and organizations up-to-date information and in-depth analysis of the challenges faced in the digital economy.

To ensure the best for clients, my work is based on three values: expertise, impartiality, and collaboration.

Expertise

 

My research focuses on the adaptation of competition law to the data-driven economy and the regulation of platforms. 

I am working in English and French.

Impartiality

As an independent researcher, I have no preconceived ideas about a particular issue. My work is to analyze from a law and economics perspective. I am not biased by political interests.  

Collaboration

I strongly believe in collaboration. I see the client as part of the team to offer the best cost-benefit approach and tailored service. 

But my work is much more than an advice limited to "you can't do that" or "you can do that". My work is also to share my expertise in the digital economy on how you can improve your business practice and business model. 

My background in key dates 

 

2017

European Master in Law and  Economics

Bologna University (Master di Livello)

Hamburg University (LL.M)

Vienna University (M.A)

2015

Double Bachelor in Law and Economics

Toulouse School of Economics 

 

2016

Master in Business Law​

Aix-Marseille University

2016

Intern in Competition Law​

Grall&Associés

 

2018

Intern in Competition Law​

Franklin

2020

PhD in Law and Economics on Big Data and Competition Law

Paris II University