Jean Tirole, the economist specialised in the economics of networks, information and regulation, has received the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences

Paris, 13 October 2014

ARCEP welcomes the awarding of the Nobel Prize in economics to Jean Tirole, Scientific Director at Institut d'Économie Industrielle, at the Toulouse School of Economics, which was founded by Jean-Jacques Laffont.

Jean Tirole was awarded the prize “for his analysis of market power and regulation”.

ARCEP has had an ongoing relationship with Jean Tirole since its inception: among other things, he has written two articles for the Cahiers de l’ARCEP, including one on “Regulation or the modern public economy”.

This Nobel Prize illustrates the vitality of French economic thinking, and its contemporary relevance.


Linked documents

"Regulation or the modern public economy" (pdf - 121 Ko)(La Lettre de l'Autorité n° 54 - January - February 2007)

"Norm and intellectual property: an economist's perspective" (pdf - 214 Ko) (La Lettre de l'Autorité n° 51 - July - August 2006)