Patrice Bougette

Côte d’Azur University, GREDEG (Nice)
Senior Lecturer

Patrice Bougette is a senior lecturer of Economics at the University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis. He is also a member of the CNRS “Law, Economics, and Management Research Group” (GREDEG), as well as an associate researcher of LAMETA based in Montpellier. His research lies in the field of industrial organization and competition policy. He has published several papers on merger control (more specifically on structural remedies), but also on leniency programs and commitment procedures. As for his teaching, he is in charge of the course of “Industrial Economics” (undergraduate economics program), the course of “Firm strategy” (M.A. program in economics), and lastly the course of “Competition economics” (undergraduate law program) at the University of Nice Sophia Antipolis.

Auteurs associés

Côte d’Azur University, GREDEG (Nice)
CNRS (Paris)
Université de Nice Sophia-Antipolis - Groupe de Recherche en Droit, Economie, Gestion (CREDECO-GREDEG)
Côte d’Azur University, GREDEG (Nice)

Articles

1136 Bulletin

Christophe Charlier, Patrice Bougette Energy and State aid : An overview of EU and national case law

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In this foreword, we report the most recent relevant cases of state aid control since the European Commission’s Guidelines on State Aid for Environmental Protection and Energy (the Guidelines) were published in 2014. We discuss an important series of decisions related to compatible financing of renewable energy sources and generation adequacy. These cases fall into three categories, which we describe as “the Good”, “the Bad” and “the Ugly.” Those in the Good category refer to the objective of the aid and its properties in the context of the functioning of the internal market. The Bad category cases include those where procedures have not been complied with, or are aimed at objectives that can be described as ‘unfair’, or cases involving omissions by the involved parties. The Ugly category includes those cases where the aid contributes to maintenance or development of non-renewable energy sources, either nuclear or fossil fuel (e.g. coal) which are outside the contexts envisaged by the Commission Guidelines.

3861 Revue

Frédéric Marty, Patrice Bougette Quels remèdes pour les abus de position dominante ? Une analyse économique des décisions de la Commission européenne

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L’efficacité d’une autorité de concurrence se reconnaît entre autre dans sa capacité à choisir et à mettre en œuvre ses remèdes. Jusqu’à présent, une littérature économique dense s’est développée autour d’études rétrospectives en matière de concentrations pour juger de l’efficacité du contrôle et des remèdes (...)

Frédéric Marty, Julien Pillot, Patrice Bougette, Patrice Reis Appréciation des clauses d’exclusivité par les autorités de la concurrence : Le cas des marchés de haute technologie

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L’affaire de l’exclusivité d’Orange sur les terminaux iPhone met en relief la problématique des clauses d’exclusivité dans le domaine des industries de haute technologie. Les contentieux déjà noués sur les droits audiovisuels avaient illustré les risques induits par ces dispositifs contractuels en termes (...)

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