Launched in 2019, our Executive Education program in Competition Law and Economics is aimed at professionals – lawyers, business people, economists – and academics, who wish to develop state-of-the-art skills in the growing field of competition policy.
We offer a unique possibility to learn from some of the best industrial organization economists and competition law practitioners in the world on how to bridge the gap between cutting-edge economics and the practice of European competition law.
Our program offers one-day seminars as well as courses on thought provoking and trending topics of high relevance for practitioners.
Due to the current situation with COVID-19, all the sessions are temporarily suspended. However, from October onwards we are proposing new revamped format of a two-day session, combining seminar and course.
- Seminar (online): October 15, 2020 - The future of digital competition policy : Should antitrust and regulation be merged ?
- Courses (online): October 16, 2020 - Recent developments in the economics of platform markets
A simple two-step online application process
When you are ready to apply, you can access the pre-registration form online. Most applications take about 10 minutes to complete. You will need to provide personal and professional information along with an updated curriculam-vitae. There is no application fee for applying to TSE's Executive Education program.
Our team can help you through the process.
Confirmation of receipt
You will receive an automated email acknowledging your pre-registration. This email will provide you a summary of the information submitted. Please note that the information you submit is strictly confidential.
Notification of acceptance
The Admission Committee meets regularly to review the applications. Admission of qualified candidates is done on a rolling and space-available basis. After reveiwing your file, we will send you an email informing you of the status of your application.
We strongly encourage early applciations. All applications received after the application deadline will be considered on a space-available basis.
Payment and billing
Along with the notification of acceptance, you will receive the necessary information to proceed with the fee payment. We accept both online payments as well as wire transfers.
Participation fees do not include accommodation and/or travel expenses. Participants must make their own travel and accommodation arrangements. Candidates who wish to participate in the seminar requiring an invoice must request one by email.
Alexandre de Cornière, Toulouse School of Economics
Daniel Chen, Toulouse School of Economics
Jacques Crémer, Toulouse School of Economics
Pierre Dubois, Toulouse School of Economics
Daniel Ershov, Toulouse School of Economics
Bruno Jullien, Toulouse School of Economics
Yassine Lefouili, TSE Executive Education Director
Patrick Rey, TSE Executive Education Scientific Director
Wilfried Sand-Zantman, Toulouse School of Economics
Paul Seabright, Toulouse School of Economics
Jean Tirole, TSE Honorary Chairman
Cristina Caffarra, CRA
Giacomo Calzolari, European University Institute
Benoît Durand, RBB Economics
Cani Fernandez, Cuatrecasas
Hans W. Friederiszick, E.CA economic/ESMT Berlin
Christos Genakos, University of Cambridge
Eric Gippini, European Commission
Pablo Ibañez Colomo, London School of Economics
William Kovacic, George Washington University
Ioannis Lianos, Hellenic Competition Commission
Gunnar Niels, Oxera
Robin Nobel, Oxera
Xavier Mas, Frontier Economics
Sébastien Mitraille, Toulouse Business School
Robert O'Donoghue, Brick Court Chambers
Jorge Padilla, Senior Managing Director and Head of Compass Lexecon Europe
Nicolas Petit, European University Institute
Michele Polo, Bocconi University
Sir Peter Roth, Competition Appeal Tribunal
Marc Van der Woude, General Court of the European Union
James Venit, Dentons
Elena Zoido, Compass Lexecon