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Aleksandra Boutin is a Founding Partner of Positive Competition. She is featured in the Who’s Who Legal of Competition Economists, listing the world’s leading competition professionals. She has almost fifteen years of experience in competition policy as an enforcer, consultant and academic. Prior to Positive Competition, Aleksandra was an Expert at Compass Lexecon.
Aleksandra Boutin

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Aleksandra advises clients on a wide range of competition issues in the context of merger and antitrust proceedings in front of the European Commission and national competition authorities. Her most recent experiences involve vertical and horizontal mergers, exclusionary and exploitative abuses, state aid, information exchanges, cartel overcharge analysis and sectors such as high technology, internet platforms, sports, media, manufacturing, oil, FMCG, insurance and agriculture. She is also the non-governmental advisor for Poland in the International Competition Network and leads a series of seminars on the role of economics in competition law at the Polish Competition Authority. She has a particularly strong consulting experience in front of the European Commission, as well as in the CEE and SEE countries.

Aleksandra has a solid enforcement background because she spent several years at DG Competition of the European Commission. She was involved in many high-profile antitrust and merger cases in a wide range of sectors such as IT, energy, commodities, food, postal services, transport and banking. She also co-drafted the 2010 EC’s Guidelines on Horizontal Agreements, in particular the new chapter on information exchanges, and the Block Exemption Regulation (BER).

Aleksandra holds a Master in Theoretical Economics and Econometrics from Toulouse School of Economics and a Master in European Law and Economic Analysis from the College of Europe. She completed her PhD studies at the Université Libre de Bruxelles, where she currently teaches industrial organization at graduate level. Aleksandra is an author of many publications with policy impact, for example, her mechanism for screening patent pools, published in the American Economic Journal of Microeconomics, was adopted in the European Commission’s Intellectual Property Guidelines.

Aleksandra Boutin is a Founding Partner of Positive Competition. She is featured in the Who’s Who Legal of Competition Economists, listing the world’s leading competition professionals. She has almost fifteen years of experience in competition policy as an enforcer, consultant and academic. Prior to Positive Competition, Aleksandra was an Expert at Compass Lexecon.

Aleksandra Boutin

Founding Partner

+32 (0) 487 54 13 37
Send mail
LinkedIn profile

Aleksandra advises clients on a wide range of competition issues in the context of merger and antitrust proceedings in front of the European Commission and national competition authorities. Her most recent experiences involve vertical and horizontal mergers, exclusionary and exploitative abuses, state aid, information exchanges, cartel overcharge analysis and sectors such as high technology, internet platforms, sports, media, manufacturing, oil, FMCG, insurance and agriculture. She is also the non-governmental advisor for Poland in the International Competition Network and leads a series of seminars on the role of economics in competition law at the Polish Competition Authority. She has a particularly strong consulting experience in front of the European Commission, as well as in the CEE and SEE countries.

Aleksandra has a solid enforcement background because she spent several years at DG Competition of the European Commission. She was involved in many high-profile antitrust and merger cases in a wide range of sectors such as IT, energy, commodities, food, postal services, transport and banking. She also co-drafted the 2010 EC’s Guidelines on Horizontal Agreements, in particular the new chapter on information exchanges, and the Block Exemption Regulation (BER).

Aleksandra holds a Master in Theoretical Economics and Econometrics from Toulouse School of Economics and a Master in European Law and Economic Analysis from the College of Europe. She completed her PhD studies at the Université Libre de Bruxelles, where she currently teaches industrial organization at graduate level. Aleksandra is an author of many publications with policy impact, for example, her mechanism for screening patent pools, published in the American Economic Journal of Microeconomics, was adopted in the European Commission’s Intellectual Property Guidelines.

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Positive Competition

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Chaussée de Vleurgat 80

1050 Brussel - Belgium

Positive Competition

Economic Consulting