James Mancini

OECD - Competition Division (Paris)
Competition Expert

James is a competition expert in the OECD’s Directorate for Financial and Enterprise Affairs. He conducts research to support the work of the OECD Competition Committee, and contributes to capacity-building efforts for competition authorities. Before joining the OECD, James held consulting roles at PricewaterhouseCoopers as well as NERA Economic Consulting. In these positions, he prepared economic expert reports for antitrust and securities litigation, including damage quantification and class certification matters, as well as policy impact assessments for several governments. Prior to these roles, James was an economist in the Government of Canada’s Department of Finance, where he provided advice on securities regulation in the wake of the financial crisis. James has also worked in the office of a Minister in the Canadian federal government and a utilities regulator.

Linked authors

DG COMP (Brussels)
Novartis (New Jersey)
Positive Competition (Brussels)
Imperial College London
CRA International (London)
Baker Botts (Washington)
General Court of the European Union (Luxembourg)
Qualcomm (San Diego)

Videos

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Articles

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James Mancini Digital antitrust: An emerging consensus?

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An increasing number of jurisdictions are considering adjustments to their competition policy framework to reflect the unique challenges of digitalisation. Indeed, several studies have been formally commissioned on the subject. While their legal context, focus and findings vary significantly; (...)

Pedro Caro de Sousa, Pedro Gonzaga, James Mancini, Cristina Volpin, Sabine Zigelski OECD: The 2019 Competition Open Day discusses cutting-edge topics recently addressed by the OECD Competition Committee (Feb. 27th, 2019, Paris)

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The first OECD Competition Open Day took place on 27th February 2019. Its purpose was for the OECD to reach out to the broader competition policy community, including practitioners, businesses, academics and students, in the work of the OECD. While the work of the OECD Competition Committee is (...)

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