Juliette Caminade

Vice President
Juliette Caminade

Boston, Brussels, Paris

Education

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, as well as economic impact and policy studies. In numerous litigation projects, she has conducted conceptual, empirical, and documentary analyses; supervised case teams; assisted in the drafting of reports; and supported both internal and academic expert witnesses. Dr. Caminade’s experience spans all stages of the litigation process; includes Federal Trade Commission (FTC) merger reviews and US Department of Justice (DOJ) antitrust investigations, as well as private litigation matters; and has covered multiple industries, with a focus on technology markets, as well as health care markets (including health care provider markets, insurance, and pharmaceuticals). Additionally, 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. Dr. Caminade’s articles have appeared in publications such as the Journal of Competition Law & Economics and The Antitrust Source. She has taught competition economics at the undergraduate level in the economics department at Dartmouth College.

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