Bruegel (Brussels)

Christophe Carugati

Bruegel (Brussels)
Affiliate Fellow

Christophe Carugati has been part of the think tank Bruegel since January 2022. He is a Doctor in Law and Economics on Big Data and Competition Law from Paris II Panthéon-Assas University. His research focuses on the adaptation of competition law to the data-driven economy and the regulation of platforms.

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6th Innovation Economics Conference for Antitrust Lawyers — Interview with Christophe Carugati
Christophe Carugati 21 April 2022 London


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Christophe Carugati Overview of privacy in cases relevant to competition law


Privacy in competition cases is becoming common due to the importance of data. The literature thus focuses on the role of data and privacy in antitrust and merger control laws. Yet, the literature does not offer an empirical overview of the cases to understand how countries investigate the (...)

Christophe Carugati The role of national authorities in the Digital Markets Act


In Europe, the European Commission (the Commission) unveiled in December 2020 the Digital Markets Act (DMA). It aims at “ensuring fair and open digital markets” by applying an ex ante asymmetric regulation against large online platforms acting as “gatekeepers” in core platforms services with a (...)

Christophe Carugati Reforming merger control notification thresholds


In the world, competition authorities are currently adapting to the specifies and issues of the digital economy by reforming their competition laws. The reform of the merger control is a first step in order to avoid to concentrate this economy already dominated by just a few firms. This paper (...)


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