Dr Adina Claici helps clients primarily within the field of competition, where she has unique insight into the most recent competition policy developments at EU level.Adina has great experience in mergers, anti-trust and state aid cases as well as policy projects, and with the interaction between competition policy and regulation across many sectors.Adina is also visiting professor at the College of Europe, Bruges, where she teaches courses on Economics of Competition Policy and Advanced Industrial Organisation. She publishes regularly in peer-reviewed academic journals.
Prior to joining Copenhagen Economics, Adina spent ten years as a Senior Member of the Chief Economist team of DG Competition at the European Commission
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