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Christian Jaag, Ph.D.
Christian Jaag Christian Jaag is a Managing Partner with Swiss Economics and Lecturer at the Universities of St.Gallen and Zürich as well as at École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne. His focus is on economic and competition policy. He advises corporate and public-sector clients on strategic issues between competition and regulation. After his studies in St.Gallen (HSG) and Paris (ESCP) he received a Ph.D. in Economics and Finance. He was a visiting scholar at the Economics department of Rutgers University.
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Dr. Urs Trinkner, M.B.L.-HSG
Urs Trinkner Urs Trinkner is a Managing Partner with Swiss Economics and Lecturer at the University of Zurich. His focus is on strategic issues in regulated industries and on quantitative management. After his studies in Economics and Finance at the University of Zurich, he promoted in Management & Economics. He holds an Executive Master in European & International Business Law from the University of St.Gallen.
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Prof. Helmut Dietl
Helmut Dietl Helmut Dietl is a Counsel with Swiss Economics and full professor for services & operations management at the University of Zurich. He specializes in services management, sports economics and platform strategies. He holds a doctoral degree and a habilitation from the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich.
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Prof. Dr. Dr. Matthias Finger
Matthias Finger Matthias Finger is a Counsel with Swiss Economics and full professor for the management in network industries at the Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne. He specializes in the regulation of network industries as well as strategic issues in infrastructure sectors. He holds doctoral degrees from the University of Geneva and was professor at Syracuse University and at Columbia University in New York.
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Dr. Samuel Rutz
Samuel Rutz Samuel Rutz is a Counsel with Swiss Economics and member of the management of the think tank «Avenir Suisse». He specializes in competition policy. Samuel Rutz received a doctoral degree from the University of Zurich and worked several years as chief economist for the secretariat of the Swiss Competition Commission.
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Olivier Buchs, M.A.
Olivier Buchs Olivier Buchs is a Counsel with Swiss Economics with focus on the regulation of telecommunication markets. He is an expert in analyzing the interdependencies between regulation, competition effects and public policies. Olivier Buchs holds a Master of Arts in Economics from the University of Zurich. As Director Regulatory he was responsible for the regulation strategy and proceedings of a large telecom operator.
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Reto Bleisch, M.A.
Reto Bleisch Reto Bleisch is a Counsel with Swiss Economics. He has extensive experience across a range of regulated network industries such as transport, telecommunications, energy, water, airports and postal services. He is an expert in regulatory and industrial economics and is specialised in regulatory design, impact analysis, market and cost modelling. He holds a Master of Arts in Economics from the University of Zurich.
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Dr. Martin Lutzenberger
Martin Lutzenberger Martin Lutzenberger is a Project Manager and Director of our office in Berlin. He is an expert in network industries and develops our activities in Germany. Besides, he is a Lecturer at the University of Zurich. After his studies in economics at the University of Freiburg i.Br. he received a doctoral degree at the University of Zurich and worked as a Project Manager, Senior Research Associate and Lecturer at Lucerne University of Applied Sciences.
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Dr. Michael Funk
Michael Funk Michael Funk is a Project Manager at Swiss Economics with focus on competition policy and regulatory economics. After studying history and economics, he received a doctoral degree from the University of Freiburg with specialization in political economics and public finance. He worked for several years as an economist for the Swiss Competition Commission with special emphasis on infrastructure- and network markets.
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Dr. Christian Bach
Christian Bach Christian Bach is an Expert with Swiss Economics and Lecturer at the University of Liverpool. He is an expert in game theory and his focus at Swiss Economics lies on competition policy and regulatory economics. After his studies of economics and philosophy he received a Ph.D. in game theory from HEC Lausanne and Maastricht University. Christian Bach was a postdoctoral fellow at Maastricht University, and a visiting scholar at NYU Stern School of Business.
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Isobel Oxley, M.Sc.
Isobel Oxley Isobel Oxley is an Expert with Swiss Economics. She specialises in regulatory economics, with a focus on cost modelling and quantitative analysis. Isobel previously worked for the economic consultancy Oxera as well as the New Zealand Commerce Commission, and holds an M.Sc. in Economics from University College London.
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Dr. Markus Lang
Markus Lang Markus Lang is an Expert with Swiss Economics and senior research associate at the Faculty of Economics, University of Zurich. His competencies are in quantitative methods in the energy and telecommunications sectors. After his studies in quantitative economics in Ulm and Valencia, he received a doctoral degree at the University of Zurich. He was a visiting scholar at Berkeley University, in Barcelona and in Lausanne.
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Dr. Martin Koller
Martin Koller Martin Koller is an Expert with Swiss Economics. He specializes in econometric modelling and analysis with designated emphasis in internal and external benchmarking as well as cost efficiency and productivity analysis. Martin holds a Master of Arts in Economics and obtained his PhD at the Centre for Energy Policy and Economics at the ETH Zurich.
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Andreas Haller, M.A.
Andreas Haller Andreas Haller is a Senior Consultant with Swiss Economics and doctoral student of economics at the University of Zurich. His focus is on topics related to applied quantitative industrial organization.
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Fabian Feger, M.A.
Fabian Feger Fabian Feger is a Consultant with Swiss Economics and a doctoral student of economics at the University of Bern. His work focuses on competition policy, virtual currencies and the economics of audit.
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Ivo Scherrer, M.A.
Ivo Scherrer Ivo Scherrer is a Senior Consultant with Swiss Economics and holds an M.A. in International Economic Policy from Sciences Po Paris and an M.A. in International Affairs from the University of St. Gallen. He consults on regulatory and strategic issues in the energy industry.
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Matthias Hafner, M.A.
Matthias Hafner Matthias Hafner is a Consultant with Swiss Economics. He focuses on projects related to competition economics, economic policy and topics concerning the energy sector. Matthias holds a master’s degree in economics from the University of Zurich and is specialized in competition economics, experimental economics as well as econometric analysis.
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José Parra Moyano, M.A.
Jose Parra Moyano José Parra Moyano is a Consultant with Swiss Economics, responsible of developing the business in Spain, Portugal and Latinamerica. He holds a M.A. in Economics from the University of Zurich. He is part of the Latinamerican Chamber of Commerce in Switzerland and was president of the Latinamerican Students Association ETH & UZH.
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Jeffrey Yusof, B.A.
Jeffrey Yusof Jeffrey Yusof is a Consultant with Swiss Economics. Jeff's consulting practice focuses on strategic and regulatory challenges arising in network industries. His theoretical expertise lies especially in the fields of industrial organization and competition policy, as well as game theory and behavioral economics.
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