Academic Director

The Governance and Regulation Chair is directed by Eric Brousseau.

Brousseau_Eric_0.jpgEric Brousseau is Professor of Economics and Management as well as Director of the Doctoral School at Université Paris-Dauphine. He is one of the creators of the Masters degree in “Network Industries and Digital Economy” (IREN), jointly operated by Dauphine, Polytechnique, CentraleSupélec, TélécomParisTech and Université Paris-Sud. He is also the director of the “Telecom and Media Management” Masters programme (226) and in 2002 founded the Institutional and Organisational Economics Academy (IOEA). He served as Chairman of the International Society for New-Institutional Economics (2013-2014) and is an honorary member of the Institut Universitaire de France.

His role : The Academic Director acts as the interface between all the Chair’s stakeholders and is responsible for the implementation of its work programme. He ensures that the founding agreement governing relations between the Chair and stakeholders is properly executed.

The programme manager

The Chair and the Club activities are managed by Marie-Hélène Caitucoli.

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Also co-manager of the Law and Public Management Master, a partnership between Dauphine and ENA (Ecole Nationale d’Administration), Marie-Hélène previoulsy developed for the last two years the House of Public Affairs at Paris-Dauphine University, creating a bridge between academic knowledge linked to public affairs at a multi-disciplinary level and a large network of high level French public institutions.

Holder of a PhD in Political Science of Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (Paris, Raymond Aron Research Center), specialised in democratic institutions and the question of political legitimacy, she before graduated in political philosophy with a research Master from the same school, focusing on European institutions and social justice.  She’s as well holder of the HEC Paris business school Diploma (specialised in Finance), of complimentary international certificates from ESADE business school in Barcelona and from University College London, of a Master from a network of European management schools (CEMS) and a Master in Mathematics. She benefits from a previous solid professional experience in private companies, where she spent more than ten years, both in consulting and in the luxury sector where she used to be International/export Marketing Director for many years.

The Board

Each of the stakeholders – patrons, expert partners, institutional partners, the Steering Committee and the Director of the Chair, as well as the Fondation Paris-Dauphine – is represented in the Chair’s Board.

The Board members are: 

  • Éric Brousseau, academic director of the Chair, Professor of Economics & Management at the University Paris-Dauphine ;
  • Hervé Alexandre, Professor of Finance at the University Paris-Dauphine ;
  • Anne Epaulard, Professor of Economics at the University Paris-Dauphine ;
  • David Ettinger, Professor of Economics at the University Paris-Dauphine ;
  • Henri Isaac, Lecturer  in Management at the University Paris-Dauphine ;
  • Julien Jourdan, Professor of Strategy at the University Paris-Dauphine ;
  • Joëlle Toledano, Professor of Economics at CentraleSupélec ;
  • Alexis Tsoukias, Research Director at the CNRS and professor at the University Paris-Dauphine ;
  • Christophe Bonnery, for ENEDIS ;
  • Christophe Boutin, for ASFA ;  
  • Fabrice Dambrine, for CGE ;
  • Frédéric Deroin, for FDJ ;
  • Jean-Michel Figoli, for ENGIE ;
  • Philippe Pascal, for Groupe ADP ;
  • Raphael Poli, for SNCF ;
  • Blaise Rapior, for VINCI ;
  • Vincent Thouvenin, for RTE ;
  • Anne Yvrande-Billon (ARAFER), for the Club of Regulators ;
  • Angelos Souriadakis (Ylios), for experts partners ;
  • Sandra Bouscal, director of Fondation Paris-Dauphine ;
  • Jean-Luc Sauron, for Conseil d’Etat ;
  • Monique Saliou, for Cour des Comptes.

Its role:  The Board is responsible for defining the Chair’s programme of activities, determining the composition of the research team, establishing the annual budget and supervising the implementation of the defined work programme. It meets at least twice a year.

The Steering Committee

The Steering Committee brings together six academics involved in the Chair’s activities and who represent the diverse fields of expertise. It is composed of:

Its role:  The Steering Committee comprises members of the Chair’s academic team representing its primary areas of expertise. Its role is to advise the Academic Director in preparing the programme and overseeing its implementation. It meets four times a year.

Nos communautés

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Nos partenaires

Les entreprises

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Les institutions publiques

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Les experts

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Les membres du Club des régulateurs

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