Néstor Duch-Brown looks back on a TSE workshop on how digital platforms and AI give rise to new liability concerns. The July event was jointly organized with Nestor’s scientific team at the European Commission.
Interactions with regulators have been crucial to TSE’s long tradition of cutting-edge research in competition policy. We are delighted to welcome members of competition and regulatory authorities across Europe and the UK.
TSE alumna Pascale Déchamps discusses her work with the French Competition Authority, pioneering regulation of tech giants. Economists should offer more pragmatic solutions, she says, and help regulators to think more holistically.
Nicolas Listl is an economist with more than eight years’ experience in economic consulting and European public administration. He has been working for the European Commission’s competition and energy policy departments for the past five years. In addition to his bachelor's degree from Oxford University, Nicolas graduated from TSE with a masters in Economic Theory and Econometrics (class of 2013).