Anne Perrot

French General Inspectorate of Finance (Paris)
General Inspector of Finances

Anne Perrot joined the Inspectorate-General for Finances in September, 2018. She became a partner at MAPP in 2012. She was previously the Vice-President of the French Competition Authority (2004-2012). Anne Perrot belonged to several think tanks on competition policy, such as the Economic Advisory Group on Competition Policy (before the European Commission) or the ’group of experts’ of the French energy regulator (CRE). She also was a member of several commissions appointed by the French government on subjects such as telecoms deregulation. Anne Perrot is a Professor of Economics at the University of Paris I (Sorbonne) and ENSAE and a fellow at the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris. She also taught at the Paris School of Economics and the Brussels School of Competition. Anne Perrot earned a Ph.D. in Mathematics and a Ph.D. in Economics. She holds the ’agrégation’ degree in economics. She is a member of the Scientific Board of the Concurrences Review.

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Anne Perrot, Béatrice Charlier-Bonatti, Jean-Bernard Falco Which peer production analysis by competition law ? (Competition’s interviews: New competitive opportunities before ordinary courts, October 18, 2016)


The third edition of “Entretiens de la concurrence”, focusing on the new economic and legal opportunities before ordinary courts, aimed to emphasise on the specific nature and assets of those jurisdictions in competition law. At the intersection of law and economics, the ordinary courts are (...)

Alexander Italianer, Anne Perrot, Howard Shelanski, Matthew Readings Restructuring firms in the context of crisis: What role for merger policy? (New Frontiers of Antitrust, Paris, 21 February 2014)


This last roundtable of the conference “New frontiers of Antitrust” (Paris, 21 February 2014) was dedicated to the “Restructuring firms in the context of crisis: What role for merger policy?». The objective of this roundtable is to explore in what respect the various issues involved in merger (...)

Anne Perrot, David Sevy, David Tayar Economics of multiproducts competition


This set of three papers is derived from the training session on the multiproducts competition organised by Concurrences Review that has held on the 15th March 2011 in Paris. In the first contribution, Anne Perrot, Vice President of the Competition Authority, exposes the specificities of (...)

Anne Perrot, Jeanne Lubek, Joseph Vogel The restrictions on Internet distribution


This set of three papers is derived from the training session on the restrictions on Internet distribution organised by Concurrences Review that has held on 16th November 2010 in Paris. For Ms Lubek the current trade-off between the pro-competitive effects of Internet distribution and the (...)

Anne Perrot, Benoît Tabaka, Dominique Ferré, Regula Walter Conference - Reform of vertical distribution - Roundtable II : The opening of the distribution on Internet : What are the consequences for the networks? (Paris, 27 May 2010)


This second roundtable of the conference “Reform of vertical distribution”, Paris, 27 may 2010, is dedicated to the impact on physical retail distribution of the liberalisation of Internet distribution. The first paper goes back over the foundations of the solution adopted by the French (...)

Anne Perrot, David Sevy, Igor Simic Oligopolies with homogeneous products


This set of three papers are derived from the training session on oligopolies with homogeneous products organised by Concurrences Review and held on 21st January 2010 in Paris. The first paper is a short introduction by Prof. Anne Perrot aimed at briefly introducing the relevant notions. The (...)

Anne Perrot In memoriam: Philippe Nasse (1939-2008)


This foreword is an In Memoriam of Mr. Philippe Nasse. IN MEMORIAM Philippe Nasse To make one’s own way, to forge one’s own convictions, without being deaf to others but without ever being deafened by those who shout the loudest. This is the course of action that Philippe Nasse seemed to have (...)

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