Robin Rivaton

Entrepreneur and essayist

Robin Rivaton worked at a strategy consulting firm before serving as advisor to the CEO of Aéroports de Paris. He had been appointed CEO of the agency in charge of attracting foreign investors in the Paris Region just after Brexit. Devoted to public debate for many years, he has served on several think-tanks scientific council and taught at Sciences Po. Its main fields of study are social impacts of robotics / digital technologies, labor and housing markets, metropolization and socio-spatial inequalities. He published 6 books in French and English. He had been the economic advisor of Bruno Le Maire and Valérie Pécresse.

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Robin Rivaton The era of weak competition

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Despite the fact that investments backed by venture capital funds have reached $ 164 billion globally, this figure hides a grimmer reality: Competition is weakening everywhere. Innovation thus does not result in as much business success as it did in the past and, conversely, the lack of (...)

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