Margrethe Vestager is currently European Commissioner for Competition. Before joining the European Commission, Margarethe Vestager was Danish Minister for Economic Affairs and the Interior from 2011 to 2014, Minister for Education from 2000 to 2001 and Minister for Education and Minister for Ecclesiastical Affairs from 1998 to 2000. She was also the political leader of the Danish Social Liberal Party from October 2011 and the President of the ECOFIN Council. She edited the members’ periodical »Radikal Politik« (Social-Liberal Policy) from 1990-1991 and is author of articles and lectures on politics and political-organisational subjects, including the EU.
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Le mandat de la Commissaire européenne à la concurrence Margrethe Vestager tire lentement à sa fin. Il aura sans doute été remarquable par le nombre de fusions importantes, d’affaires antitrust et de cas concernant les aides d’Etat qui ont fait la une de l’actualité des deux côtés de l’Atlantique. Dans (...)
Stimulating growth, investment and innovation is a top priority for the Juncker Commission. Europe is turning the page on this long crisis. So we need both public and private investment as the basis for sustainable growth and development. Success in stimulating investment and innovation will (...)
Interview réalisée par Antonio Bavasso, Allen & Overy, Londres. The Juncker Commission is very focused on growth and innovation. Competition policy can be a key lever to promote productivity growth. How will this be reflected in your enforcement priorities, case selection and decisional (...)