Romain de Nijs is a partner at Extent Economics/Veltys Oïko and Associate Professor of Economics at Ecole Polytechnique and ENSAE. He has been working for ten years as a consultant for companies and their legal advisers in the fields of competition economics, intellectual property and the evaluation of economic damages. He has developed advanced skills in econometrics, surveys and geographic analysis. In 2020, he was appointed as an economic expert for the Paris Court of Appeal (“expert judiciaire”). His research focuses on the digital economy. He regularly publishes in international journals. Previously, Romain was Visiting Scholar at the Haas School of Business at Berkeley and Associate Professor at the Paris School of Economics. He graduated as an engineer from Ecole Polytechnique and completed a Ph.D. in economics from Ecole des Ponts.
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These articles were collected following the Seminar ’Buyer power and supplier platforms merger: What role for competition authorities?’ organized by Concurrences on 21 February 2019 in Paris. The first contribution focuses on the legislative and jurisprudential difficulties in containing the rise (...)
Surveys are increasingly used by competition authorities as objective and reliable pieces of evidence. This article discusses the principle and the main applications in competitive analyses of a particular type of survey called, "conjoint analysis". Conjoint analysis is a valuation technique of (...)