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Christopher Correa : Analyst

Chris is a member of Oxera’s Competition, and Impact Assesment and Public Policy teams. He uses economics and analytical tools to provide solutions to a range of client issues, and has worked on projects spanning impact assessments, commercial disputes and commercial strategy. He has undertaken analysis estimating the impact of policies in a range of sectors, including aviation, early-stage scientific research and telecoms.

Before joining Oxera, Chris graduated with a BSc in Economics from Brunel University London, and is currently studying towards an MSc in Economics at Queen Mary University of London through an apprenticeship programme.

Christopher speaks English, and Spanish.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 3657 4215

Christopher's specialisms include:

professional experience

  • Economic assessment of a science research facility in the context of a Green Book compliant value for money assessment (2022–23)

  • Analysis for a large nationwide network of mail branches on competition within their main product groups (2023)

  • Estimated damages for an abuse of dominance case in the telecoms sector (2022)

  • Impact assessment of a proposed venture into an island opening an aircraft registry, through a cost–benefit analysis (2022)

  • Analysis for a major international card scheme on the competitive landscape of the sector (2022)


  • BSc Economics, Brunel University London, UK

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