Bertrand du Marais is a Conseiller d’Etat (Councillor of State), a member of the French highest court of appeal for judicial review and for the adjudication of all cases involving public agencies). He is currently seconded to the Université of Paris West at Nanterre as Professor for Public Utility and Regulation Law and Law and Economics. He is the co-director of the Law and Economics Masters there. Prior to this assignment, Bertrand du MARAIS has founded and managed between 2005 and 2007 the international think tank “The Economic Attractiveness of Law Program” (Programme Attractivité économique du droit), carrying out comparative researches on the interactions between Law and Economics and economic impact assessment of Law. He also has been invited as a Lecturer or Visiting Professor of Public Economic Law by leading nternational universities (i.e. Berkeley Haas Business School, Université de Montréal, Seoul National University). Bertrand du Marais is the author of numerous articles in the field of Utility Regulation and Competition Law, Law & Economics, Environmental Law, Administrative Procedure, Public Governance and Internet Law. He has published a textbook on Market Regulation and Public Utility Law (Droit public de la régulation économique, Paris, Ed. Presses de Sciences-Po et Dalloz, January 2004, 612 p.), which has been awarded the 2004 Charles Dupin-Medal by the French Academy for Political and Social Sciences. Bertrand du Marais graduated from the Ecole Nationale d’Administration and the Ecole Supérieure des Sciences Economiques et Commerciales - Graduate School of Economics and Management (ESSEC). He speaks fluently French, English and German.
Articles by Bertrand du Marais
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