ROQUILLY Christophe, PhD

Professor - Dean for Faculty and Research - Director of the EDHEC Augmented Law Institute, Co-Head of LL.M Law & Tax Management

Speciality : Law
Expertise : Digital and IT, Legal risk management, Financial and Legal Performance

EDHEC Business School
24, avenue Gustave Delory
CS 50411  
59057 Roubaix Cedex 1 - France
Tel.: + 33 (0)3 20 15 45 00
Fax: + 33 (0)3 20 15 45 01

Email : christophe.roquilly@edhec.edu

Bio

Christophe Roquilly, Ph.D, is Professor of Law, where he is Director of the EDHEC Augmented Law Institute . Christophe served as Dean of Faculty and Research from 2014 to 2020. He holds a PhD in private law and has conducted substantial research in areas relating to law, management and business strategy. This research has been the subject of publications within academic and professional journals, both in France and internationally, and he has also published a number of works and book chapters. He is also the Co-Director of the EDHEC LLM Law & Tax Management programme. Christophe Roquilly sits on the Scientific Board of Business & Legal Forum, the Scientific Board of JCP E (LexisNexis), and to the EPAS Accreditation Board (EFMD). He also runs the @Digital column in Juriste d'Entreprise Magazine (AFJE) and "Juriste Augmenté" in Affiches Parisiennes.

Main academic publications

Juriste d'Entreprise Magazine (2015), Economie Appliquée (2014), Revue Française de Gouvernance d'Entreprise (2013), RAM (2012), Concurrences (2012), Option Droit & Affaires (2012), MIS Quarterly (2011), Revue Lamy Droit des Affaires (2011 ; 2012), Gazette du Palais (2010), Revue Concurrences (2010 ; 2012), M@n@gement (2009), Cahiers de Droit de l'Entreprise (2009 ; 2011 ; 2012 ; 2016), Recherches et Applications en Marketing (2011), Les Petites Affiches (2008), International Review of Law, Computers and Technology (2002), Journal of Public Policy & Marketing (2001), Journal of Information, Law and Technology (2001)

Documents to download

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EDHEC Publications

Chapter: Competition Law as a Strategic Issue for Companies : Does Private Enforcement Constitute a Greater Threat? Ed. BRUYLANT

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