Claudio Calcagno

Vice President

Claudio Calcagno

Brussels, London

Education

Ph.D., economics, European University Institute; M.Sc., economics, London School of Economics; B.Sc., economics, University College London; PG Dip., EC competition law, King’s College London

Summary of Experience

Dr. Calcagno specializes in applying microeconomics to competition cases. He advises clients on matters including abuse of dominance, vertical and horizontal agreements, mergers and joint ventures, market investigations, state aid, regulatory investigations, and private litigation. These matters often include court proceedings, and Dr. Calcagno is also experienced in leading the support of expert witnesses. He has worked for clients across numerous jurisdictions – including the UK, the EU, Italy, Portugal, Mauritius, Nigeria, South Africa, and Australia. He has experience in a broad range of industries, such as financial services, including retail banking, pensions, insurance, asset management, investment platforms, and credit cards; retail; health care, including pharmaceuticals; technology; consumer goods; professional services; media and communications; energy and environment; commodities; and transportation. In a notable UK engagement, Dr. Calcagno provided economic analysis to private health care operator HCA during a market investigation by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) into private health care, HCA's subsequent appeal to the Competition Appeal Tribunal, and the CMA's remittal inquiry. Dr. Calcagno has published in international peer-reviewed academic journals and is coauthor of the textbook Exclusionary Practices: The Economics of Monopolisation and Abuse of Dominance. He frequently speaks at competition policy events and is a guest lecturer at LLM programs. Prior to joining Analysis Group, Dr. Calcagno was an associate director in the economics practice of a Big Four accounting firm. He is fluent in French, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish.

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