European Commission (Brussels)

Josep M. Carpi Badia

European Commission (Brussels)
Member of Legal Service

Josep Carpi is member of the AIDE Team of the Legal Service of the European Commission, providing legal analysis, advice and assistance in EU State aid matters and representing the European Commission in Court proceedings. From September 2015 until March 2021, he served as Head of Unit A-2 in the European Commission’s DG Competition, in charge of merger case support and policy. Previously, he hold various management and non-management positions in DG Competition, both in antitrust and in mergers (2008-2014 and 2001-2003). Between 2003 and 2008, Josep Carpi served as a Legal secretary (« référendaire ») in the Court of Justice of the European Union (General Court). Prior to joining the European Commission, Josep Carpi worked in legal private practice and as a legal adviser for the Representation of the Spanish region of Catalonia before the EU institutions. Josep Carpi holds a Master’s degree in European Law from the College of Europe in Bruges and graduated in Law at the University of Barcelona. He has written or co-written several books and a number of articles on competition law and policy, general EU law and EU Courts and judicial procedure. Among these, the merger chapter in Faull & Nikpay’s (2014), the chapter on substantive assessment of mergers in Drauz & Jones’ (2012 ; new edition coming in 2021) and the chapter on evaluation of the effects of mergers in Tratado de Derecho de la Competencia (2017). He is co-Chief editor of the quarterly journal Competition Law and Policy Debate (CLPD). Josep Carpi frequently participates as speaker/lecturer in conferences and academic programmes and has extensive experience in international cooperation (EU and non-EU competition agencies, ICN, OECD).

Distinctions

Auteurs associés

DG CNECT (Brussels)
European Commission (Brussels)
DG COMP (Brussels)
European Commission - DG HR (Brussels)
DG COMP (Brussels)

Articles

378 Bulletin

2240 Revue

Catherine Prieto, Laurence Idot, Emmanuel Combe, Anne Wachsmann, David Bosco, Etienne Pfister, Mathilde Poulain, Marie-Cecile Rameau, Josep M. Carpi Badia, Etienne Chantrel, Didier Theophile, Guy Canivet, Rafael P. Amaro, Henri Piffaut, Doris Hildebrand, Paulo Burnier Da Silveira, Fatma El-Zahraa Adel L’intégration des considérations d’intérêt public dans l’application des règles de concurrence (26 nov. 2020)

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L’intégration de considérations d’intérêt public est non seulement souhaitable, mais possible en raison de la perméabilité des règles de concurrence à la réception du bien-être par les paramètres concurrentiels de la qualité, du choix et de l’innovation en sus de celui du prix. La marge de progression dépend (...)

Catherine Prieto, Laurence Idot, Martine Behar-Touchais, Florian Bien, David Bosco, Josep M. Carpi Badia, Etienne Chantrel, Marta Giner Asins, Didier Theophile, Simon Vande Walle, Jérôme Vidal Vers un réseau européen du contrôle des concentrations

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Réputé pour avoir institué un système de coopération particulièrement efficace pour la mise en œuvre des articles 101 et 102 TFUE, le Réseau européen de concurrence (REC) n’a pas été étendu au contrôle des concentrations. Le besoin de coopération est pourtant également ressenti en ce domaine,. En témoignent (...)

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