Philippe Choné is an ENSAE professor, a CREST researcher, and a CEPR research fellow. His research lies in the fields of industrial economics, public finance (taxation) and health economics. His work explores the functioning of competition and how public intervention can correct market failures. He has a long-standing interest in the organization and regulation of healthcare industries. He has advised various government agencies and research institutions on competition and healthcare policies. At three different points in his career, he has been working with the French competition authority, notably as its chief economist and as a non-permanent member of the board. He is currently serving as head of research of Genes group.