Portrait of Ludovica Salvyuolo

Ludovica Salvyuolo : Consultant

Ludovica is a member of Oxera’s Competition and Regulation teams. She has worked on several competition and regulatory cases across a variety of sectors, including telecoms, payments and energy.

Before joining Oxera, Ludovica graduated with a Master’s in Economics and Competition at Toulouse School of Economics, and a Master’s in Economics and Finance at the University of Naples. During her studies, she focused on microeconomics, industrial organisation, regulation and competition. She then worked as a teaching assistant in the microeconomics course at the University of Naples.

Ludovica speaks English, Italian, and French.

Tel: +39 06 90258094

Ludovica's specialisms include:

professional experience

  • Support to a telecoms operator in response to a market analysis consultation issued by the national regulator (2023)

  • Economic advice in the context of a potential merger in the telecoms sector (2022–23)

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

  • Economic advice to a manufacturer in the context of an investigation by the ICA into an alleged breach of Article 102 TFEU (2022–23)

  • Produced supporting evidence to estimate damages in a contractual dispute between a mobile operator and a network operator (2023)

  • Economic advice in the context of a merger in the micro-irrigation sector (2022)


  • Damstra, L., Niels, G. and Salvyuolo, L. (2021), ‘Gender differences in surveys for market definition and merger analysis’, Competition Law Journal, 20:4, December, pp. 178–186.


  • Double Degree, Economics and Competition Law, Toulouse School of Economics, France

  • MSc Economics, University of Naples Federico II, Italy

  • BSc Economics, University of Naples Federico II, Italy

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