Laure Schulz is a Principal in RBB’s Paris office. She has over ten years of experience in competition economics, both in the public sector and in private practice. She’s worked on a wide range of competition issues, including mergers, abuse of dominance cases, cartels and market investigations.
Prior to joining RBB in April 2016, Laure worked as a case handler in the Chief Economist Team of the French Competition Authority. There, she led high profile investigations, including the online hotel booking investigation and a major sector inquiry in the automotive aftermarket industry. She also wrote several best practice reports (“soft law”) published by the FCA on various aspects of competition economics, including a joint report with the CMA on the economics of platforms and aftermarkets and a report on the assessment of damages.
Laure’s experience spans a wide range of sectors, including telecommunications, retail banking, automotive industry, e-commerce, public transportation, broadcasting, pharmaceuticals, mining industry, car rental, and construction materials.
Laure graduated from the National School of Statistics and Economic Administration (ENSAE) in Paris and holds a Master in Economics from the Paris School of Economics. She has taught undergraduate courses in competition economics at ENSAE. She is also a member of the W@Competition Executive Committee in France.