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Hans Friederiszick

Hans W. Friederiszick is a research fellow at ESMT, managing director at E.CA Economics, and a former member of the chief economist team at DG Competition, European Commission. His interests lie in the fields of applied microeconomics and industrial organization, with a specialization in competition economics. He has extensive practical experience in all fields of competition economics (cartels, merger cases, abuse of a dominant position and State aid cases) and has lead teams of economists on international antitrust investigations.
    Position(s): Managing Director, E.CA Economics Brussels, Belgium Experience & Areas of Interest Hans W. Friederiszick is a managing director at E.CA Economics and a former member of the chief economist team at DG Competition. Dr Friederiszick has extensive experience in advising clients in all fields of competition economics (cartels, merger cases, abuse of a dominant position and State aid cases) and has lead teams of economists on international antitrust investigations. He has been retained as an economic expert in front of German, UK, French and European courts. He has contributed to the German retail grocery, gasoline and street furniture sector inquiries and worked on arbitration matters in the natural gas industry. In addition, he analysed various regulated industries such as the railway, pharmaceutical, telecommunications and energy industries.

D.r Friederiszick is also a member of the faculty of ESMT, the European School of Management and Technology. He has published widely and is a regular speaker at international antitrust conferences. Recent publications include the OECD roundtable report on economic methods for damage calculations and on efficiencies in Art 102 TFEU cases, a study on innovation in the pharmaceutical industry, on intermodal competition in the railway industry, on the economics of State aid control and on Internet neutrality.

Education
  • Dr. rer. pol. (Freie Universität, Berlin)
  • MS (Freie Universität, Berlin)
 

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