Marc Bourreau

Telecom ParisTech

Marc Bourreau is currently Professor of Economics at Telecom ParisTech. He is also attached to the interdisciplinary institute for innovation (i3) for his research. His main research interests lie in industrial economics, regulation and telecommunications. His current research projects concern the impact of competition and regulation on investment in the telecoms industry, licensing and trading of standard essential patents, the impact of digitization in the music industry, and the economics of digital platforms.

Linked authors

French State Council (Paris)
French Audiovisual Regulator (CSA)
ARCEP (Paris)
Ministère de la Culture et Communication
CNIL (Paris)
Orange (Paris)


499 Review

Bruno Lasserre, Edouard Geffray, Marc Bourreau, Marc Lebourges, Nicolas Curien, Philippe Chantepie, Sebastien Soriano Regulating a dominant model: Economy of digital platforms (Paris, 7 April 2015)


Platform regulation means adapting general laws to the digitalisation of the economy, whether general law concerns consumer protection, contracts between commercial partners, competition or data protection, rather than extending telecom rules which should on the contrary only apply to networks (...)

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