INTERVIEW: COMPETITION POLICY - INNOVATION - DIGITAL SECTOR - INDUSTRIAL POLICY

Jean Tirole (Toulouse School of Economics): Reflections on innovation policy

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A conversation with Antoine Chapsal, Partner, Analysis Group, Paris and Brussels.

Antoine Chapsal: Allow me to interrupt your discussions for a moment to thank you once again for coming in such large numbers this evening. I would like to thank the Minister in particular for accepting our invitation and for placing the debate preceding this dinner in a somewhat broader, and also more political, context. I would like to thank the President of the Competition Authority and the Advocate General once again. Dear Jean, I happen to be the one who has the perilous task of presenting your immense career and your colossal work in five minutes. I have certainly been accustomed, in the fifteen years that I have been doing this job, to tight deadlines, but even the Nobel Committee, when it awarded you its prize in 2014, stressed how "difficult it was to do justice in a few

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  • Toulouse School of Economics
  • Analysis Group (Paris)

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Jean Tirole, Antoine Chapsal, Jean Tirole (Toulouse School of Economics): Reflections on innovation policy, February 2019, Concurrences N° 1-2019, Art. N° 88869, pp. 16-19

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