Compass Lexecon (Madrid)

Patricia Lorenzo

Compass Lexecon (Madrid)
Vice President

Patricia Lorenzo is a Vice President at Compass Lexecon European. Patricia’s work focuses on the application economic analysis and econometric techniques to competition policy issues before the European Commission and National Antitrust Authorities and to valuation damages cases. Her work has included the application of empirical models to evaluate the competitive impact of mergers and to estimate damages derived from antitrust infringements and from commercial business practices. Patricia has also provided advice and prepared expert reports in the context of merger control and Article 102 proceedings. Prior to joining Compass Lexecon she worked four years in the Competition Policy group at NERA and seven years in the European Competition practice at LECG. Patricia holds a B.A. in Economics from the University of Vigo, where she specialized in Economic Analysis. She also holds an M.A. in Industrial Economics from the University Carlos III de Madrid.

Auteurs associés

Compass Lexecon (Madrid)
Compass Lexecon (Brussels)
Compass Lexecon (Hong Kong)
Booth School of Business
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Articles

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Elvira Muñoz Villar, Enrique Andreu, Patricia Lorenzo The Spanish Competition Authority monitors the competition conditions of the tenders in the market for regular bus transport service

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On September 2nd, 2008, the National Competition Commission (Comisión Nacional de la Competencia, hereinafter "CNC"), published a report analysing the provision of intercity transport by bus in Spain. This study was carried out in response to the need for market analysis detected when assessing (...)

Patricia Lorenzo The Spanish Competition Authority issues recommendations for guaranteeing effective competition in the acquisition of football broadcasting rights (Sogecable / AVS)

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On the decision C 102/06 - Sogecable / AVS related to the acquisition of AVS by Sogecable, the former Spanish Competition Tribunal stated the need to investigate the market for the acquisition and exploitation of football broadcasting rights in Spain, with the objective to determine if the (...)

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