Portrait of Luca Grezio

Luca Grezio : Consultant

Luca is part of Oxera’s Competition, Health & Pharmaceuticals, and Financial Services teams. He joined Oxera in 2018 after completing a Master of Research in Economics from Queen Mary University of London.

Before joining Oxera, Luca had an internship at the Directorate-General for Competition of the European Commission. He has also worked as a research assistant at Bocconi University in Milan, and taught undergraduate classes in industrial organisation and econometrics at Queen Mary University of London.

Luca speaks English, and Italian.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7776 6699

Luca's specialisms include:

Selected
professional experience

  • Advice to a defendant in the media sector in relation to a number of antitrust follow-on damages claims, following an Article 101 investigation by the Italian Competition Authority (2020–)

  • Advice to a claimant regarding a damages claim against the maritime car carriers cartel (2020–)

  • Advice to National Grid and Scottish Power regarding a damages claim against the high voltage cables cartel (2019–20)

  • Advice to a defendant in the printing services industry in relation to an abuse of dominance claim (2019)

  • Analysis of the functioning of the current market framework for generic drug manufacturing in the UK (2019)

  • Advising a digital platform in the context of the launch of a new business model (2018–19)

Qualifications

  • MRes Economics, Queen Mary University of London, UK

  • MSc Economic and Social Sciences, Università Commerciale Luigi Bocconi, Italy

  • BA Economics, University of Naples, Italy

Latest Insights:  Luca Grezio

The Economics of Climate Change at COP26

Oxera will be presenting on The Economics of Climate Change at COP26—the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference—in Glasgow, on one of the world leaders’ days on 2 November 2021. The aim of COP26 is to increase global alignment on climate action. We will be demonstrating to the world’s governments,… Read More

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