We have a strong in-house team of very highly trained econometricians, supported by some of the top empirical academic economists in Europe:Dr Hugh Wills
(Principal) is a former lecturer in Econometrics at LSE. He has a PhD from the University of California at Berkeley.
Dr Ian Small
(Vice President) previously worked at the Bank of England and the LBS. He has a PhD from the University of London.
Dr Raphaël De Coninck
(Vice President) has a PhD from the University of Chicago. He previously worked at the European Commission, where he led the econometric analysis conducted in numerous high profile competition and merger cases. He also has extensive expertise in the quantification of private damages.
Dr Dan Donath
(Senior Consultant) has a PhD from the Pennsylvania State University.
Dr Mike Walker
(Vice President) has a PhD from Oxford University, where he was a senior lecturer. He is also the co-author of The Economics of EU Competition Law.
Dr Katharina Sailer
(Associate Principal) has a PhD from the University of Munich.
Dr Margarida Soares
(Senior Associate) has a PhD from the University of Chicago.
Prof. John Van Reenen
(Academic Associate) is currently a Professor of Economics at the London School of Economics. He has consulted for major international institutions such as the OECD, EC, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development. He has been a Research Fellow at the Institute for Fiscal Studies, a visiting Professor at the University of California at Berkeley and an advisor to the UK government.
Prof. Dietmar Harhoff
(Academic Associate) is currently Professor of Business Economics at the Ludwig-Maximilian University of Munich, where he directs the Institute for Innovation Research, Technology Management and Entrepreneurship. He has served in an advisory and consulting function to many private and public organizations in Europe, and is currently a Research Associate of the CEPR (Centre for Economic Policy Research), Research Professor at ZEW and WZB Berlin and an International Associate of the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) in London.
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