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Elisa Greene Morales : Consultant

Elisa is a member of Oxera’s Competition team. She focuses on a wide range of competition issues, including mergers and follow-on antitrust damages. Before joining Oxera, Elisa worked for several years as an economist at the Chilean Antitrust Court and as an in-house economist at FerradaNehme, a law firm in Chile.

Alongside her experience as a competition economist, Elisa teaches postgraduate and undergraduate economics and competition courses at the Universidad Católica and Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez, both in Chile.

Elisa speaks English, and Spanish.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7776 6660

Elisa's specialisms include:

professional experience

  • Advice to a company in the veterinary services industry, in the context of a merger in the UK (2021–)

  • Advice to a company on cyber incident reporting to the European Central Bank (ECB) (2021)

  • Supporting the Oxera team in advising the Colombian government in an international arbitration about port concession (2021–)

  • Supporting the Oxera team in advising milk farmers regarding a damages claim against a cartelist in the fresh milk market (2021)


  • Gorab, D. and Greene, E. (2019), ‘Colusión: Interacción entre la Economía y el Derecho’, chapter in A. Montoya and V. Facuse (eds), Desafíos Fundamentales de la Libre Competencia en Iberoamérica, Thomson Reuters.

  • Greene, E. (2021), ‘Chilean fresh milk market: ex-post evaluation of competition authority’s decisions’, UPF directory.

  • Bell, J., Greene, E., Klein, T. and Niels, G. (2021), ‘El daño provocado por un cártel: por qué los criterios Airtours son relevantes’, Almacén de Derecho, Spain, https://almacendederecho.org/el-dano-provocado-por-un-cartel-por-que-los-criterios-airtours-son-relevantes.


  • Master’s in Competition and Market Regulation, Barcelona School of Economics, Spain

  • Master in Economics (Industrial Organisation track), Pontificia Universidad Católica, Chile

  • BSc Business and Economics, Pontificia Universidad Católica, Chile

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