Juliette Caminade

Vice President
Juliette Caminade

Boston, Brussels, Paris


Ph.D. and M.A., economics, The University of Chicago; Masters, economics, Paris School of Economics, École Normale Supérieure Paris (ancienne élève)

Summary of Experience

Dr. Caminade specializes in the economic analysis of US and EU competition issues, worker misclassification issues, and strategy matters. She has testified as an expert witness, and she has conducted analyses of competition and antitrust issues across a range of industries, with a focus on technology markets, two-sided platforms, and health care markets. In antitrust matters, including horizontal and vertical mergers, she has supported experts on behalf of plaintiffs, defendants, and agencies such as the US Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission. Additionally, Dr. Caminade has extensive experience with litigation regarding worker misclassification on behalf of two-sided platforms. She has conducted or supervised dozens of economic impact studies and authored multiple white papers on matters pertaining to economic and industrial policy in technology markets. Her work also includes False Claims Act and intellectual property matters. Dr. Caminade has taught competition economics at the undergraduate level in the economics department at Dartmouth College. She has written about antitrust issues in the digital economy and in health care markets, occupational licensing, and two-sided platforms. Her papers have appeared in the Journal of Competition Law & Economics and the American Bar Association’s The Antitrust Source.

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