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Jaime Nóvoa : Analyst

Jaime is a member of Oxera’s Regulation & Market Design, Financial Services and Transport 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 antitrust investigations. He has undertaken analysis estimating the  economic impact of policies in a range of sectors, including aviation and financial services, and has supported clients in the context of a changing regulatory landscape. Before joining Oxera, Jaime graduated with an MSc in Economics from the London School of Economics and Political Science, where he specialised in public and industrial microeconomics. During his studies, Jaime worked as a teaching and research assistant to university professors in various subjects, such as environmental economics, behavioural economics and game theory.

Jaime speaks English, Spanish, and French.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7776 6659

Jaime's specialisms include:

professional experience

  • Assessed, through quantitative modelling, the national economic impacts of a capacity expansion in a large international London airport (2022–23)

  • Assisted a major international card scheme on constructing a fully loaded profit and loss statement in response to a market investigation conducted by the UK regulator (2022–23)

  • Assessed, and advised on, the potential impacts for competition in the payments market of the introduction of caps on the fees that merchants pay per card purchase to the Central Bank of Costa Rica (2022)

  • Assisted a major international card scheme in various commercial disputes in Chile and Argentina regarding the activity of non-traditional new players in the payments market (2022)


  • MSc Economics, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK

  • BSc Economics, University College London, UK

Latest Insights:  Jaime Nóvoa

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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