University Paris Saclay

Benoit Blottin

University Paris Saclay

Benoît Blottin is a lecturer at the University of Paris-Saclay (Faculté Jean Monnet - Sceaux) where he teaches several disciplines in European Law (EU and ECHR) and Economic Law. After having been a legal advisor in the competition department of the EDF Group, he defended a thesis entitled "Competition, regulation and energy" at the University of Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas in 2015. His research interests include Competition Law (antitrust, mergers, state aid), Regulatory Law, and European Policies (energy, environment). He is currently Co-Director of the Institute of Public Law Studies and Co-Director of the Master 1 International and European Law at the University of Paris-Saclay.

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Benoit Blottin, Frédéric Marty, Guillaume Dezobry, Alexandre Eberhardt-Le Prévost, Christine Le Bihan-Graf, Raphaël Vuitton, Francesco Martucci, Laure Rosenblieh, Marie Lamoureux Competitive issues in the energy sector


This On-topic proposes to bring together the views of academics and practitioners on competition issues in the energy sector. Among the many questions raised by this vast subject, the authors have chosen to focus on themes that invite the reader to understand the extent to which the fourth (...)


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