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See version in english José María MARIN-QUEMADA, CNMC: The experience of an integrated competition and regulatory authority in Spain

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José María MARIN-QUEMADA, CNMC : The experience of an integrated competition and regulatory authority in Spain

Interview réalisée par Santiago Martinez Lage, Martínez Lage Allendesalazar & Brokelmann, Madrid.

2013 – Until today Chairman, National Authority for Markets and Competition (CNMC) 2005 – Until 2013 Member, Governing Council, Spanish Central Bank 1972-Until 2004 Held different positions in the private sector 1984- Until today Full Professor, Applied Economics Although you career is well known in Spain, could you please give a broad outline of your professional Curriculum Vitae for the readers of Concurrences ? In your opinion, is a jurist or an economist better suited for the job ? I am a Full Professor of Applied Economics, and for more than 30 years I held different positions working for the private sector. Until my appointment as President of the CNMC I spent almost nine years as Member of the Board of the Bank of Spain. “There is no optimum institutional design for regulatory

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José María Marín-Quemada, José María MARIN-QUEMADA, CNMC: The experience of an integrated competition and regulatory authority in Spain, January 2015, Concurrences Review N° 1-2015, Art. N° 70845, pp. 9-11

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