Portrait of Andreea Antuca

Andreea Antuca : Consultant

Andreea is a Consultant in Oxera’s Digital practice and a member of the Competition and Analytics teams. She has experience in market investigations, merger reviews, damages estimation, data valuation and public policy assessments. Her work has involved advising a range of clients from goods manufacturers to online platforms.

Before joining Oxera in 2017, Andreea completed an MPhil in Economics at the University of Oxford focusing on industrial organisation and econometrics. She also worked as a research assistant on projects ranging from impact evaluation, the analysis of labour markets and immigration to developing differential privacy algorithms for open data.

Andreea speaks English, and Romanian.

Tel: +44 (0) 1865 253205

Andreea's specialisms include:

Selected
professional experience

  • Assessed the economics of business practices included in the Digital Markets Act for an industry association (2021–)

  • Provided economic advice on measurements of digital innovation for a large technology firm (2020–)

  • Advised an online food platform in a competition case in Kuwait (2020–)

  • Assessed the impact of changes to competition law in the UK for a consumer association (2020)

  • Assessed the impact of the Digital Services Act on business users for Allied for Startups (2020)

  • Advised a transport association on a framework for assessing the potential and realised value of GB rail data (2020)

Qualifications

  • MPhil Economics, University of Oxford, UK

  • MA Economics and Politics, University of Essex, UK

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