Hippolyte Brosse is an Economist at Compass Lexecon, based in Paris.
His work focuses on applying economic analysis and quantitative analysis to competition policy cases. Since joining in 2019, Hippolyte has been involved in several antitrust and merger cases.
Hippolyte has worked on a variety of cases before the European Commission, the Competition and Markets Authority and the French Competition Authority, including merger cases in the energy, telecommunication, and transport sectors in which he conducted data-related analyses, or the Fiat Chrysler/Peugeot merger in which he was involved in the price effect analysis.
Prior to joining Compass Lexecon, he developed an empirical model to spot market abuses on the electricity day-ahead market for the European Union Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators.
Hippolyte graduated from CentraleSupélec School of Engineering where he specialized in energy economics. Hippolyte holds a M.Sc. in Economics from Paris-Saclay University.