Oxera (Paris)

Pascale Déchamps

Oxera (Paris)

Pascale is head of Oxera’s Brussels office. She has more than ten years’ experience as a competition economist, advising companies on how to deal with antitrust or merger investigations conducted by the European Commission or competition authorities in the EU, in particular in France. She has advised complainant and defendant firms in the context of mergers (unilateral, coordinated, vertical or conglomerate effects), abuses of dominant position (e.g. predation, margin squeeze, refusal to supply), and cartel investigations. She has experience in a wide range of sectors, including pharmaceutical products and devices, telecoms, agricultural products, distribution, semi-conductors, construction materials, industrial products, energy and consumer products. Prior to joining Oxera’s Brussels office in 2013, Pascale spent nine years working with Charles River Associates. She is listed in The International Who’s Who of Competition Lawyers & Economists 2014.

Linked authors

White & Case (Brussels)
European Commission (Brussels)
University Paris II Panthéon‑Assas
French Constitutional Council (Paris)
Fréget (Paris)
ESSEC Business School (Cergy)
Deloitte (Paris)
Paris Court of Appeal


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Pascale Dechamps How to calculate interest when assessing prejudice?


Computing interest plays a key role in compensating victims of anticompetitive practices. In a couple of recent French cases (in particular Switch and Orange Caraibe), interest represented a significant portion of the total award estimated at several million euros. However, these cases do not (...)

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