NERA (Paris)

Alexandre Carbonnel

NERA (Paris)
Associate Director

Dr. Alexandre Carbonnel’s main areas of expertise are in competition and regulatory economics. He advises clients in the context of investigations by the European Commission and national competition authorities and also provides support on the estimation of damages in the context of commercial litigation, serving as testifying expert in high-profile disputes. In the area of competition economics, Dr. Carbonnel advises clients on matters such as cartels and exchanges of information, abuse of dominance and merger control. His experience covers key sectors and industries, including pharmaceuticals, retail, e-commerce, agro-alimentary products, logistics, as well as network industries such as gas, electricity and telecoms. As a consultant, Dr. Carbonnel has contributed to economic reports advising national authorities on competition issues and counseling the European Commission on intellectual property rights. He publishes regularly on topics related to competition and lectures on competition economics at HEC Paris. Dr. Carbonnel started his career at the Competition and Markets Authority predecessor (Office of Fair Trading) in London, where he notably worked on a high-profile case involving anti-competitive practices in the pharmaceutical industry (the Paroxetine case) and also on the assessment of Phase 1 mergers such as LSE/LCH.Clearnet and AG Barr/Britvic. Prior to joining NERA, he worked as a consultant in Brussels and Paris. Dr. Carbonnel holds a PhD in economics, a Master’s degree in mathematical economics and econometrics from the Toulouse School of Economics, and a BA in economics from the University of Lausanne (HEC Lausanne). During his doctoral studies, he was a university lecturer in economics at the Toulouse School of Economics and in the Law School of Toulouse I University.

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