Irene de Eccher

Irene de Eccher

Based in Brussels, Irene works with private and public sector clients across Frontier's Competition, Energy and Public Policy sectors.

Her pragmatic approach, combining strong quantitative skills and a passion for creative solutions, enables Irene to deliver impactful solutions to complex economic issues. Recent examples of her work include providing economic analysis for a merger case, follow-on damages proceedings, and a policy impact evaluation.

Irene holds a joint Master’s degree in Quantitative Economics from Panthéon-Sorbonne University, University of Louvain, and Paris School of Economics (PSE), specialising in Analysis and Policy in Economics. Prior to joining Frontier, she worked as a researcher at the French Research Institute for Development, focusing on climate change economics, and in the private sector within the energy modelling industry.

She is fluent in Italian and English and has a good command of French.


If you could gain one quality or ability, what would it be?

To fly (and simultaneously conquer my vertigo).

What was the last book you read?

“The triumph of the city” by Edward Glaeser.

If you won the lottery, would be the first thing you buy?

A villa on an island with a view of the sea.