This section selects books on themes related to competition laws and economics. This compilation does not attempt to be exhaustive but rather a survey of themes important in the area. The survey usually covers publication over the last three months after publication of the latest issue of (...)
Virginie Beaumeunier is currently Inspectrice générale des finances under the Ministry of Economy. She was previously director general in the Directorate-General for competition policy, consumer affairs and fraud control (DGCCRF) since January 2018 and Rapporteure Générale at the Autorité de la concurrence. She was at the head of the Investigation Services since March 2009. She is a former deputy head for competition policy at the DGCCRF. She has also managed important projects concerning administrative reforms such as supply policy, property policy as for the Ministry of Economy. She is graduated in law, political sciences and is a former student of the French Ecole Nationale d’Administration (ENA).
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Dedicated to the modernization of several regulated professions (notaries, bailiffs, legal auctioneers…), this Trends issue offers a contribution by Virginie Beaumeunier, French competition authority’s general rapporteur, describing intended goals and the method used by the Competition Authority; (...)
During the Nasse Seminar organized the 20th of September of 2016, Virginie Beaumeunier (Deputy General Rapporteur of the Competition Authority), Maya Bacache (Professor of economics, Telecom ParisTech) and Laurent Flochel (economist, vice-president of Charles River Associates firm) talked ad (...)
The French Competition Authority has been given a new power by the legislator: it can order structural injunctions when the price conditions charged by a dominant undertaking are unusually high on the French overseas territories. Clearly, this legal instrument is sui generis in France. It is so (...)
Could you briefly describe your career path? What in your experience at the DGCCRF seems to you to be of use to the Competition Authority? How do you intend to put into practice the prerogative granted to the Authority’s General Rapporteur to take the lead in investigations initiated by the (...)