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Chiara Broggini : Analyst

Chiara is a member of Oxera’s Competition team. She has worked on several competition cases, including antitrust litigations and collective actions, across a wide range of sectors such as energy and financial services.

She first joined Oxera as an Intern in 2021, and then as an Analyst in September 2022. She holds a BSc and an MSc in Economic and Social Sciences from Bocconi University, where she focused on applied microeconomics and econometrics, specialising in industrial organisation, development economics and behavioural economics. During her studies, Chiara also worked as a Research Assistant in gender and political economics.

Chiara speaks English, and Italian.

Tel: +39 02 30553388

Chiara's specialisms include:

professional experience

  • Advice to a major international card scheme in relation to a collective damages claim brought by merchants regarding multilateral interchange fees (2022–)

  • Quantitative assessment of damages and economic support to a leading provider of cardboard packaging in the context of an Article 101 breach in the Italian cardboard sector (2022–)

  • Advice to an Italian engineering, procurement and construction company in relation to a commercial dispute (2022–)

  • Economic advice to a cement manufacturer in damages proceedings in the Italian cement industry (2022–)

  • Advice to an Italian energy operator in relation to a litigation case concerning the airport fees set by Italian airports (2021–)

  • Economic support in relation to an Article 102 investigation by the national competition authority in the Italian waste industry (2021)


  • MSc Economic and Social Sciences, Bocconi University, Italy

  • BSc Economic and Social Sciences, Bocconi University, Italy

Latest Insights:  Chiara Broggini

Berlin Discussion Forum

Transition from Gas Markets to Hydrogen Markets Over the summer, the transition to hydrogen has gained further momentum. The direction of travel has become clearer with the approval of the European Commission’s €2bn government funding for thyssenkrupp Steel’s “tkH2Steel” decarbonization project, the EU Delegated Acts on Renewable Hydrogen approval in… Read More

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