Benoît Delaunay

Conseil d’Etat (Paris)
Councillor of state

Benoît Delaunay is full Professor of public law at the University of Panthéon-Assas Paris II (Sorbonne Universités) where he manages the Master program in International Tax Law Master. He obtained a PhD summa cum laude and graduated Sciences Po Paris, HEC school of management. He teaches Administrative Law, Public Economic Law, Tax Law and International Tax Law. He wrote nearly a hundred of articles, notes and contributions to books.

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Anne-Sophie Choné-Grimaldi, Aurélie Tardieu, Benoît Delaunay, Grégory Godiveau The reconfiguration of relations between the public and the private sphere (Dimensions of public sphere in competition law, Caen, 3 October 2014)


The second session allows studying the functions of the undertaking in the relationships between the legal systems in competition matter. It appears that it plays a role of interface in the relations between the European Union and its Member States both in antitrust law (Pr. Chone-Grimaldi, (...)


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