Google (San Francisco)

Fabien Curto Millet

Google (San Francisco)
Director, Economics

Fabien Curto Millet has been senior economist at Google since 2011. He reports to and works closely with Chief Economist Hal Varian on the development of data-driven insights and on research to evaluate the economic value of Google and the Internet. He also leads economic analysis in all competition and regulatory processes involving Google at a global level. Fabien Curto Millet was previously a senior consultant in the European Competition Policy Practice of NERA Economic Consulting, where we worked from 2004 to 2011. During that time, he advised in major European merger control processes such as ABF/GBI, Thomson/Reuters and Universal/BMG. His experience spans a wide variety of business sectors, including: airports, consumer electronics, financial information and financial services, the Internet, mining, music publishing, pay TV, print media, retailing, and satellite communications. Fabien was educated at Oxford University, where he obtained a BA in Economics and Management, an MPhil in Economics, and a Doctorate in Economics. For two years he was a Lecturer in Economics at Balliol College, Oxford. He further obtained a Postgraduate Diploma in EC Competition Law from King’s College, London.

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Fabien Curto Millet, Joseph Vogel Complex pricing strategies


This two short papers summarize the main points of the training course Law & Economics held on April 14th 2010 on “Complex pricing strategies” by Concurrences. In the first paper, the author underlines that complex pricing strategies deployed by dominant undertakings have often been targeted (...)


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