Frédéric Marty

Frédéric Marty is a CNRS senior research fellow. He holds a PhD in economics from the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Paris Saclay. His research fields mainly deal with competition law and economics. Since 2003, he has been a member of the Group of Research in Law, Economics and Management (GREDEG) a joint research unit of the CNRS and of the Université Côte d’Azur. He is also an affiliate researcher of the French Economic Observatory (OFCE - Sciences Po. Paris) and a researcher at the CIRANO (Montréal). Since 2019, he has been a member of the College of the French Competition Authority for deliberations on regulated legal professions.

The Convergence of Antitrust Thought in the Late 1930s and Its Subsequent Collapse

In their research, published in History of Economic Ideas, Thierry Kirat and Frédéric Marty stress the importance of the late 1930s in the making of antitrust. The moment was exceptional for its consensus within the economic discipline and the implementation of voluntarist public enforcement, particularly under Thurman Arnold according to the prescriptions of the Second Chicago School, institutionalists, and the preferences of the Neo-Brandeis movement.

Self-Preferencing Theories Need To Account for Exploitative Abuse

Patrice Bougette, Oliver Budzinski, and Frédéric Marty argue in their research that antitrust authorities on both sides of the Atlantic must take into consideration...

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