Alain Rallet is Professor Emeritus at Université Paris-Sud and a member of Réseaux Innovation Territires Mondialisation (RITM).
Claude Henry is Professor of Sustainable Development at Sciences Po Paris and at Columbia University New York. He is a member of Academia Europea and a Fellow of the Econometric Society. He was previously Professor of Public and Environmental Economics at the École Polytechnique and a member of the Conseil d'Analyse Économique for Prime Minister Lionel Jospin (1997-2002)
David Azéma was Chairman and Chief Executive of Eurostar 1999-2002. He worked with the French government's Agence des participations de l@Éat and later took on the role as Chairman of Global infrastructure at Bank of America.
Dominique Bureau is the Engineer General for Bridges, Water, and Forests and the Delegate General of Conseil Économique pour le Développement Durable (CEDD). He is also a member of the Collège de l'Autorité de Régulation des Activité Ferroviaires (ARAF) and a professor at the École Polytechnique.
Dr Dominique Henriet is a professor at the École Centrale Marseille and a researcher at GREQAM (Groupement de Recherche en Economie Quantitative d'Aix-Marseille)
Einar Hope is Professor Emeritus at the NHH Norwegian School of Economics. His main research interests are energy and environmental economics and policy and competition analysis and policy.
Frédéric Jenny is Professor of Economics at the École Supérieure des Sciences Économiques et Commerciales (ESSEC) Business School in Paris. From 2007-2014 he was a non executive director at the Office of Fair Trading (UK), and from 2004-2012 he was a judge on the French Supreme Court (Cour de cassation, Economic Commercial and Financial Chamber). He was vice chair of the French Competition Authority (Conseil de la Concurrence) 1993-2004 and President of the WTO Working Group on Trade and Competition (1997-2004)
George is an Emeritus Fellow of Hertford College, University of Oxford and founding Chairman of the Regulatory Policy Institute.
Hervé Dumez is Director of Research at CNRS (Centre national de la recherche scientifique) and a Professor at the École Polytechnique.
Jean Michel Charpin was Director General of INSEE (National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies) from 2003-2007 and was previously 1998-2003) the Commissaires au Plan (Commissariat Général du Plan)
Jean Paul Bouttes has been Director of Group Strategy, EDF since 2007, having joined EDF in 1982. From 1992-2004 he was also Professor of Economics at the École Polytechnique.
Jean-François Pons is a member of the Groupement européen dintérêt économique Alphalex-Consult, where he has responsibility for the banking and financial sectors. Since 2014 he is also the President of the Board of the European Money Markets Institute (EMMI) in Brussels.. He began his career in the Direction du Trésor in the Ministry of Economy and Finance, and, after a period at the French Embassy in Washington and further government and EC appointments, in 1994 he was appointed Director General of the Direction Général de la Concurrence (DGIV), where he was mainly in charge of antitrust issues in financial services, telecommunications, and transport.. In 2002 he rejoined the Fédération Bancaire Française.
Jean-Marie Chevalier is Professor Emeritus in Economics at the University of Paris-Dauphine. He was previously a Senior Associate at Cambridge Energy Research Associates, an economist at Elf Aquitaine (now Total), and an energy consultant at the World Bank.
Jorge Vasconcelos was the first chairman of the Portuguese Energy Authority and founder and first chairman of the Council of European Energy Regulators, and first chairman of the European Regulators' Group for Electricity and Gas. He was also the co-founder of the Ibero-American Association of Energy Regulatory Authorities and founder and member of the Executive Committee of the Florence School of Regulation and a member of the 2011 EC Advisory Committee on the Energy Roadmap 2050. He is chairman of New Energy Solutions (NEWES), a company acting in the fields of renewable energy and energy efficiency in Europe, and a part-time professor at the Florence School of Regulation.
Katharina Gassner has worked for the World Bank since 2003 specialising in sector reform, regulation and private sector participation in infrastructure sectors. She has a PhD from the LSE and previously worked for the Commissariat Général du Plan.
Marie-Anne Frison-Roche is a Professor of Economic Law at the Institut d'Études Politiques de Paris, with a specialism in regulatory law.
Michel Matheu headed the department in charge of sectoral studies at the Commissariat Général du Plan (French Planning Office), a public think-tank reporting to the Prime Minister. He has also worked as a research at the École Polytechnique and wrote two of the main reports commissioned by the French government about the liberalization of network utilities in 1995 and 1996.
Paul Champsaur is a senior French civil servant and former director (1992-2003) of INSEE (National Institute for Statistics and Economic Studes) and director of ARCEP (the French telecommunications and Posts Regulator).
From 1990-2010 Peter Vass was Director of the Centre for the Study of Regulated Industries at the University of Bath School of Management
Pierre-André Buigues is Professor Emeritus in Strategy at Toulouse Business School. Previously he worked at the European Commission for 20 years, initially in the Direction Générale des Affiares Économiques et Financières, and afterwards at DC Concurrence. He headed the antitrust unit and was an economic consultant at the Direction G&eactue;nérale de la Councurrence.
Pippo Ranci is former Professor of Economic Policy at the Catholic University in Milano, President I1996-2003) of the Italian Regulatory Authority for Electricity and Gas, former director of the Florence School of Regulation at the European University Institute in Florence. His particular research interests are energy regulation, access to energy, and energy poverty.
Dr Simon Cowan is an Associate Professor in Economics and Wigmore Clarendon Fellow in Economics at Worcester College. His research is on theoretical models of pricing in imperfect competition, with a focus on price discrimination and its welfare effects. He has also worked on the regulation of privately-owned utilities.
Sir Ian Byatt is Chairman of the Water Industry Commission for Scotland (2005-present), and Chairman of the Trustees of David Hume Institute in Edinburgh (2008-). He has been an Honorary Professor at Birmingham University since 2003, and an Honorary Fellow of St. Edmund Hall, University of Oxford, since 2007. In 2004, he was appointed a Member of the International Advisory Committee of Public Utilities Research Center, University of Florida. Sir Ian was Director General of Water Services (Ofwat) from 1989 to 2000. Prior to this, he was Deputy Chief Economic Adviser at HM Treasury (1978 - 1989). He was a Member of the Economic Policy Committee of European Communities from 1978 to 1989, and held the Chair from 1982-85. He is author of British Electrical Industry 1975 - 1914 (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1979) and Accounting for Economic Costs and Changing Prices (HM Treasury, 1986).
Sir Tony Atkinson (1944-2017) was a British economist, senior research fellow of Nuffield College, Oxford and Centennial Professor at the London School of Economics. From 1994-2005 he was Warden of Nuffield College.