Chloé Le Coq is Professor of Economics, Université Paris II Panthéon-Assas (CRED) and research fellow at the Stockholm School of Economics and the Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics (SITE). She has held visiting positions at the University of Purdue, the University of California Energy Institute at Berkeley, and National Singapore University. Her research areas are industrial organization and behavioral economics. She works on topics related to energy markets, anti-trust policy, consumer financial behavior, and social innovation.
Managerial Behaviour and Competition lawThis On-Topic set of articles discusses the role of managers in the commission of competition law infringements. It reviews the tools available to prevent these violations, in particular through compliance programs and individual sanctions. This set brings together contributions from practitioners, researchers and academics identifying advances and new issues on this innovative subject.