Anne Perrot is Vice-Chair at Autorité de la Concurrence since march 2009. She was previously vice chair at the Conseil de la concurrence (2004-2009) and full professor at University of Paris I-Panthéon Sorbonne. She is associate professor at Paris School of Economics.
She received a Ph.D. in Mathematics and a Ph.D. in Economics.
In addition to her work at the Université de Paris I, Anne Perrot was former head of Laboratoire d'Economie Industrielle (CREST). She was a member of the Economic Advisory Group on Competition Policy working with the Chief Economics of the DG Comp L-H. Röller (2003-2006).
Before becoming a full professor at the Sorbonne, Anne was a teaching fellow at the University Pierre et Marie Curie, a lecturer, then assistant professor, at the Sorbonne and a professor at the University of Le Mans. From 1992 to 1995, she worked as the scientific advisor to the Observatoire Economique et Statistique des Transports, the French Ministry of Transports. She was also a member of the Economic Council of the Electricity Regulator.
Anne's research fields include industrial economics, competition policy, regulation, and network economics. During her studies she was awarded prizes by the Association Française de Sciences Economiques and the Chancellerie des Universités. She has been a member of the expert group on the telecommunications deregulation in France, a member of the TACIS-ACE expert group on the savings market in Russia, an advisor of the Mexican government on the competition policy regarding abuses. She chairs the seminar “Concurrence” organized by the Autorité de la concurrence and by the Ministry of finances. She was the president of the Association for Competition Economics (2006-2009). She is co-editor of an economics journal, Economie et Prévision and a member of the editorial board of Concurrences. She has published extensively in international economic reviews in the field of competition policy and has edited the book Réglementation et concurrence, a collection of papers on regulation and competition