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Marc Isabelle, engineering graduate of Supélec and IFP School, PhD in economics, is the founder and director of european economics.

Since 2007, he has been in charge of 20 individual notifications with detailed assessment to the European Commission of aids to strategic projects that cover a broad range of industries (microelectronics, automobile, chemistry, biotech, software, energy). These projects represent global expenditures of € 5,3 billion and global State aid amounting € 1,5 billion. The European Commission has validated all these projects.

This activity represents 38% of the total number of individual notifications of RDI aids filed within the European Union since 1st January 2007.

During his numerous interactions with DG Competition services, Marc has contributed in co-developing the Commission’s tools and best practices regarding the assessment of the compatibility of State aids.

Marc has worked for more than 15 years in economic departments of large businesses and public agencies (Total, CEA, AII, OSEO). He has been teaching economics at Paris Dauphine University since 1996 and has published several research papers on the economics of science and innovation. He is reviewer for the European State Aid Law Quaterly.



Aude Le Lannier works for european economics since june 2011.

She’s a graduate of Ecole normale supérieure and earned a PhD in economics at La Sorbonne in 2010. In 2010-11, she held a post-doctoral position within the Chair of economics of public-private partnerships at La Sorbonne’s Institute of Business Administration.

Aude is a specialist of network industries and public-private partnerships. She has therefore supervised or participated in several projects for the account of most stakeholders in the field: businesses, lobbyists, local authorities and regulators.

Aude has been involved in 8 projects benefiting from State aid.



Haniyeh Horny works for european economics since september 2011.

She earned a PhD in economics at Université de Strasbourg in 2011. During the work on her doctoral thesis, she contributed to a report of the Agence du patrimoine immatériel de l'État on the valuation of public data. She also taught economics at Strasbourg’s Institute of Politic Studies (IEP).

Haniyeh is a specialist of research funding, as evidenced by her participation at numerous international conferences addressing this issue.

Haniyeh has been involved in 10 projects benefiting from State aid.



Benjamin Mortet works for european economics since march 2016.

He earned a PhD in economics at Université de Montpellier in 2015.

Benjamin is a specialist of public services.

Benjamin has been involved in 3 projects benefiting from State aid.