Claire Chambolle

French Institute for Agriculture, Food and Environment Research - INRAE (Paris), École Polytechnique (Université Paris Saclay)
Research Director / Professor

Claire Chambolle is a research director at the French Institute for Agricultaure, Food and Environment Research (INRAE) and is associated to Ecole Polytechnique where she is part-time professor. She holds a Phd in Economics from the University of Paris I. Specialized in the analysis of the retail sector, her research lies in the field of Industrial Economics and Competition Policy. Together with Marie-Laure Allain, she published several books also as academic research articles on the vertical relationships between manufacturers and retailers and the regulation of the retail sector. She has been regularly involved in the recent discussions on the reform of the French Galland law.

Linked authors

Ecole Polytechnique IZA and CREST-INSEE
French Ministry of Culture and Communication (Paris)
Centre de recherche en Gestion - Polytechnique


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Catherine Vautrin, Claire Chambolle, Clémence Christin, Etienne Pfister, Marie-Laure Allain, Michael Cousin, Serge Papin, Thierry Dahan New aspects of grocery retail sector regulation


Both aspects of the grocery retail sector regulation, i.e. the rules on unfair behaviours and those governing the market structures have evolved in different ways since 2005. Further to the Competition Authority’s opinion of 17 December 2010 discussions moved toward the relevance of more (...)

Claire Chambolle, Dominique de Gramont, Hervé Fargues, Jean-Paul Tran Thiet, Jérôme Dubruille, Juliette Goyer, Kristen J. McAhren, Lucas Peeperkorn, Marie-Laure Allain, Peter J. Carney Resale price regulation: Leegin and much more


This is a set of 5 articles on Resale Price Maintenance. This topic has recently been debated following the US Supreme Court Leegin ruling and the draft French reform of the antitrust act. The first article is written by 2 leading economists on the economic debate on the welfare effects of (...)


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