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Anna Maria Ruhr-Doose : Consultant

Anna is a member of Oxera’s Competition team in Hamburg. She has over ten years’ consulting experience in competition economics covering damages estimation, mergers, state aid and abuse of dominance.

Prior to joining Oxera, Anna was a Partner at Hamburg Economics, and before that worked for another well-known economics consultancy. At Hamburg Economics she provided economics advice in the context of German and European antitrust law.

Anna advises both claimants and defendants in competition litigation cases—especially those arising from horizontal agreements. She has advised clients in antitrust proceedings relating to rail, trucks, sugar, coffee and car batteries. She has also advised on mergers in the telecoms market, as well as in the hospitals sector.

Anna Maria speaks German, English, and French.

Tel: +49 4080 812983

professional experience

  • Advice to Klinikum Südstadt regarding a potential merger with Universitätsmedizin Rostock in the hospitals sector (2022)

  • Advice to a waste incineration plant operator in a state aid proceeding before the European Commission (2019–22)

  • Damages estimation and advice to numerous sawmills relating to the timber cartel in Germany (2018–22)

  • Damages estimation and advice to several logistics companies relating to the trucks cartel (2015–22)

  • Estimation of damages for Vossloh AG, and advice in several damages proceedings, in the rail tracks cartel (2014–22)

  • Damages estimation and advice in several damages proceedings in the sugar cartel (2014–22)


  • MSc Economics, University of Marburg, Germany

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