Nadine Mouy

Regional Economic Service of the French Embassy (Finland)
Chief Economist

Nadine Mouy is Chief Economist at the Regional Economic Service of the French Embassy in Helsinki, Finland. This Service is part of the international network of the French Treasury, depending of the Ministry of Economy, Economic Recovery and Digital sector, and the Ministry of Finance and Public Accounts. Previously, Nadine Mouy was head of the Mergers Unit at the french Autorité de la concurrence. Graduated from the Ecole Nationale d’Administration in 1994, she joined the Competition Council in 1998 after four years with the forecasting division of the french Ministry of economics, finance and industry. She was previously Deputy General Case Officer notably in charge of mergers in-depth analysis and telecommunications cases as well as other complex antitrust cases that mix law and economics. In 2009, she took over the Authority’s merger unit created following the 2008 competition law reform that transferred the entire competency for merger control to the newly created Autorité de la concurrence.

Auteurs associés

JPTT & Partners (Paris)
Reseau de transport d’electricite (RTE)
CMS Bureau Francis Lefebvre (Paris)
Analysis Group (Paris)
Clifford Chance (Paris)
Mayer Brown (Paris)
Imperial College Business School (London)
Added Value Capital Partners (AVCP) (Royston)

Articles

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Christophe Barthélémy, Jean-Paul Tran Thiet, Nadine Mouy, Vincent Thouvenin "Coûts incrémentaux" : Retour sur les avantages concurrentiels du secteur public

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Le calcul de coût incrémental fait aujourd’hui partie de la panoplie des instruments économiques utilisée par les autorités de concurrence pour détecter d’éventuels prix prédateurs. Pour autant, à l’instar du calcul des coûts prédateurs, la méthodologie à suivre fait débat. Cette rubrique Tendances (...)

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