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[REPLAY] Digital sovereignty from an economic perspective, webinar with Sarah GUILLOU

On May 17th, the Chair hosted Sarah Guillou for a webinar presenting her policy brief (FRENCH) entitled “French digital sovereignty will require investment in digital technologies”. The policy brief was then commented and discussed by Erwan Le Noan and Frédéric Marty.

The discussion was moderated by Florence G’Sell, Professor of Law at the University of Lorraine, co-holder of the digital, governance and sovereignty chair at Sciences Po.

Sarah Guillou
Sarah Guillou is a PhD in economics and an economist at OFCE. She is head of the Innovation and Competition Department. Her work focuses on public policies that affect the competitiveness of the productive fabric, from industrial policies to fiscal policies. She has recently worked on corporate investment, particularly in intangible assets. Her work has been published in international scientific journals and more general public media.

Erwan Le Noan
As a specialist in competition and regulation issues, Erwan Le Noan is a partner of the consulting firm Altermind. He is a member of the Scientific and Evaluation Council of the Foundation for Political Innovation and a columnist for Les Echos and L’Opinion. He teaches merger and regulation law at Sciences Po and Paris 2 – Assas. He chairs a think tank on current economic regulation issues.

Fréderic Marty
Frédéric Marty is an alumnus of the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Paris-Saclay. He is a CNRS research fellow at the Groupe de Recherche en Droit, Economie et Gestion (GREDEG – Université Côte d’Azur). He coordinates with Marina Teller the Deep Law for Tech (DL4T) project within the Faculty of Law and Political Science of Nice. He is also a researcher affiliated with the OFCE (Sciences Po Paris) and an associate researcher at CIRANO (Montreal). His work focuses on competition law and economics.