Vita

Professional Summary

Over the past twelve years, I have worked on all aspects related to claims assessment, data and evidence collection, economic analysis and damage quantification in high-stakes litigation in some of the largest cartel cases in Europe. 


Before working for CDC, I worked at one of the leading competition consultancy and pursued research at the Amsterdam Centre for Law & Economics focused on the economics of private enforcement and effective mechanisms of compensation, which I published in peer-reviewed journals.

I studied economics at the Universities of Maastricht, Hamburg and Toulouse and graduated with a master thesis on the economics of private enforcement in 2005, published by the NMa (Dutch Competition Authority) as the best economics thesis of the year in the Netherlands.

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Skills

 Project Management     Team Leadership    Claims Assessment    Litigation    Economic Analysis    Legal Tech    Damage Quantification 

Work Experience

2014-today

Partner & Head of Economics,
CDC Cartel Damage Claims Consulting SRL

2009-2014

Economist,
CDC Cartel Damage Claims Consulting SRL

2005

Research Analyst, Law & Economics Consulting Group (LECG)

Research

2005-2009

Amsterdam Center for Law & Economics (ACLE)

PhD Research, University of Amsterdam

2008-2008

John M. Olin Center for Law & Economics

Resarch Fellowship, University of Michigan, Law School

Interests

Interested in entrepreneurship, venture capital, litigation funding, blockchain tech and machine learning - seeking investment opportunities - collecting contemporary art - passionate about cycling and running - hooked on podcasts, reading mostly non-fiction, except for children's books. 

Education

2000-2005

Maastricht University

International Economic Studies Master in Science 

1998-2000

Hamburg University

Bachelor Business Studies and Economics