Julien Pellefigue is an economist with around 20 years of consulting experience focusing on the application of quantitative methods to tax and legal matters.
With Deloitte, Julien is mostly involved in the economic side of transfer pricing, particularly dealing with litigation support, profit splits, cost sharing agreements and intangible valuation. He also has an activity of public policy analysis, having recently performed studies on the withholding of personal income tax in France, on the impact of the French digital service tax, on the efficiency of the anti-Covid measures, etc.
Aside from his consulting activity, Julien is an associate professor at the University Paris II CRED (center for law and Economics), where he teaches the economics of taxation in the Master’s program. He has published many academic articles on the topic of international tax and has been part of the expert panel interviewed by the OECD for the BEPS program, as well as by the council of economic advisor of the French prime minister.