Maëlle Laborde is a senior analyst at Positive Competition. She specialises in competition economics and industrial organisation and has a strong interest in data analysis and economic modelling.
She completed a Double Master’s degree in Economics and Law at the Toulouse School of Economics (TSE).
Since joining Positive Competition for a long-term internship, she has been carrying out empirical analyses in the context of mergers and antitrust proceedings. She is particularly interested in the digital sector and has worked on the theoretical aspect of abuse of dominance cases in this sector.
Maëlle previously completed several internships in business law and data analysis. During her Master’s studies, she also worked as a teaching assistant in Microeconomics.
In addition to economics, Maëlle enjoys travelling and hiking to satisfy her passion for landscape photography.