Julien Pellefigue

Taj (Neuilly sur Seine)

Julien Pellefigue is an economist and a partner with Taj and Associate researcher at the University Paris 2 - Panthéon Assas in the Research Centre in Law and Economics. He provides clients with economic assistance for a wide range of competition issues (merger control, Art. 101 and Art. 102) in various sectors. Prior to joining Taj, he worked as a Partner with TERA and as a Senior Manager with A.T. Kearney in Paris and before that, was part of the in-house economists team of a French law firm. Julien graduated from Ecole Centrale Paris, he holds a postgraduate degree in Game Theory (Université Paris VI) and a PhD in Economics (University Paris II).


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Julien Pellefigue, Thomas Garcia Antidumping and competition policy


The antidumping policies, originally set up to control the anticompetitive conducts of foreign exporting firms, have evolved so much that they are now likely to cause damages to domestic consumers. Certain concepts and economic tools developped in the antitrust framework could be used by (...)

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