Elzbieta Glowicka

E.CA Economics (Berlin)
Economist

Elżbieta Głowicka is a competition economist currently working at E.CA Economics in Berlin. Before joining E.CA, she spent six years in the Chief Economist Team in DG Competition, European Commission, dealing with mergers, state aid and antitrust cases. She has extensive experience in the application of qualitative and quantitative economic analysis in the context of European competition policy. Elżbieta Głowicka holds a doctoral degree from Humboldt University for the thesis on competition policy applied to bailouts.

Distinctions

Linked authors

DG COMP (Brussels)
Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER) (Ljubljana)
European Court of Justice (Luxembourg)
Council of the European Union (Brussels)
KPMG (London)
DG COMP (Brussels)
DIRECCTE
Michelin (Clermont Ferrand)

Articles

3213 Bulletin

Edouard Leduc, Elzbieta Glowicka, Martin Godfried, Philippe Chauve, Stefan Siebert The EU Commission accepts commitments offered by Swedish incumbent electricity operator in the electricity transmission market (Svenska Kraftnät)

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"Swedish Interconnector case /Improving electricity cross-border trade"* I. Introduction The size of the transmission network is a key determinant of competition in wholesale electricity markets. The larger this network, the more suppliers inject their electricity and hence compete for (...)

Cyril Hariton, Dag Johansson, Dan Donath, Elzbieta Glowicka, Jérôme Cloarec, Philippe Redondo The EU Commission conditionally approves a merger in the retail fuel sector using customers surveys and econometrics studies in order to assess the likelihood of anticompetitive effects (StatoilHydro / CONOCOPHILLIPS)

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"Fuel for thought - StatoilHydro/ConocoPhillips (Jet)"* I. Introduction When faced with a proposed merger, antitrust authorities have to assess the likelihood and the magnitude of anticompetitive effects that may occur following the removal of one of the merging parties as an independent (...)

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