Since September 2020, Mme Anne Yvrande-Billon is Directrice Economie, Marchés et Numérique of Arcep. Previously, she had been the Vice President of the French Rail and Road Regulatory Agency (ARAFER) since November 2014. She worked previously at the French Competition Authority (2011-2014) first as a senior economist and then as the deputy chair of the Mergers Unit. Prior to joining the French Competition Authority, she worked at the French Council of Economic Analysis, an independent advisory body reporting to the Prime minister. She holds a PhD in economics from the University of Paris I where she is Associate Professor in Economics since 2003. Her research and publications are mostly in the fields of economics of contracts and organizations, and regulation of utilities, with a particular interest in the public transport sector.
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During the Nasse Seminar organized the 8th of December of 2016, Anne Yvrand-Billon (economist, Vice-president of the Arafer) and Loraine Donnedieu de Vabres-Tranié (lawyer at Jeantet Associés) talked about the intermodality of transports. This seminar was presented by Umberto Berkani, Deputy (...)
The aim of the first presentation is to display the challenges and the problems of the opening of the railway market, which began almost twenty-five years ago. The main idea behind this process was that the public governance of the sector has been a failure in most european countries. (...)
117th Session of the Competition Committee, 25-27 February 2013, OECD; 12th Global Competition Forum, 28 February-1 March 2013, OECD Global Competition Forum and continues the discussions already initiated in the past with the programming of a round table on online sales - a topic to be (...)