University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne

Constance Monnier-Schlumberger

University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne
Associate Professor

Constance Monnier-Schlumberger is an Associate Professor at the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne where she teaches competition policy and economics. She also teached at the French Business School ESCP Europe. Prior to her Economics Ph.D, she studied Political Sciences at the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po), economics at the Univeristy Paris 1 and at the University of Birmingham (U.K), as well as European law at the Univeristy of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. Since 2013, she serves as Non-Governmental Advisor to the International Competition Network. In this capacity, she has been taking part in the activities of the International Competition Network regarding cartels and abuses of dominant positions. Constance Monnier-Schlumberger’s publications deal with competition economics and policy, with a focus on cartels.

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Constance Monnier-Schlumberger, Emmanuel Combe Cartels in Europe: main features


This article draws an exhaustive panorama of all the cartels convicted by the European Commission (111 cartels convicted from 1959 to 2009) and depicts the cartel profile in Europe. We analyze our sample comparing our results with those obtained from international and U.S. data. We study (...)

Constance Monnier-Schlumberger, Emmanuel Combe Fining cartels: An economic approach


This paper provides an empirical methodology to determine fines to be imposed on a cartel which is based on easily computable economic variables. Our approach allows to compare, on a case by case basis, the amount of monetary penalties inflicted by antitrust authorities to the illegal profit (...)

Constance Monnier-Schlumberger, Emmanuel Combe Cartel Profiles in the European Union


Cet article présente la première étude systématique de tous les cartels condamnés par la Commission européenne depuis 1969. Il fournit une analyse de leurs caractéristiques permettant de tracer leur portrait robot - secteurs concernés, nombre de parties à l’accord, évaluation du rôle des associations (...)


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