Analysis Group (London)

Joshua White

Analysis Group (London)
Vice President

Joshua White is a consulting economist who specializes in applying microeconomics and sophisticated econometric modelling to complex litigation questions, primarily in matters involving the health care, financial services, and technology industries. Across a diverse set of engagements, he has implemented econometric models that quantified pricing differences between private hospitals; simulated consumer demand for computer processors; evaluated consumer switching rates in a number of two-sided markets; estimated ex ante default probabilities for structured investment vehicles; and analysed the FRAND compliance of licensing proposals among other things. Mr. White has worked in a number of jurisdictions, including the US, the UK, France, Canada, Japan, and Belgium. He has served as a testifying expert in the Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber) on competition matters related to restrictive land covenants and has provided evidence to the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) on a number of topics. Mr. White has supported clients before the European Commission on cartel and merger matters and has provided support to a number of European financial and competition regulators in coordinated conduct investigations. In addition, he has provided testimony and submissions to the CMA on behalf of clients involved in market investigations and mergers. Mr. White is the author of a number of articles and regularly speaks at international competition law and policy conferences on the use of economics and econometrics in competition litigation and damages estimation.


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Aaron Fix, Antoine Chapsal, Claudio Calcagno, Emily Cotton, Joshua White, Nikita Piankov Online and Offline Retailer Competition: New challenges for Competition Economists and Practitioners


In this On-Topic we explore a number of competition issues that arise at the intersection of online and offline retail distribution. We first provide a brief overview of the effects of online distribution and the associated potential challenges for competition policy. In the first paper, we (...)

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