Nicolas Véron is a scholar and entrepreneur with a keen interest for the changing reality of business and its interaction with public life. Since 2003 he helped create Bruegel, a European economic policy research organisation based in Brussels, where he is now a research fellow. He writes a regular column in La Tribune, France's second-leading business daily. He is also an independent consultant and advises businesses and other organisations on financial and strategic issues.
His publications include L'Architecture des Villes (co-authored with Ricardo Bofill and published in French by Odile Jacob, 1995); and Smoke & Mirrors, Inc: Accounting for Capitalism (with Matthieu Autret and Alfred Galichon; Cornell University Press, 2006).