Alessia Paulicelli is an Economist at Compass Lexecon, based in Brussels.
Alessia’s work focuses on the application of economic analysis and econometric techniques to competition policy cases, including the assessment of the competitive effects of mergers, market definition, anti-competitive practices and damages estimations.
Alessia has been involved in antitrust and competition cases before competition authorities such as the European Commission, the Competition and Markets Authority and the Competition Appeal Tribunal in the UK, as well as other national authorities. In the context of mergers, she advised on transactions such as PKN Orlen/Lotos, Alstom/Bombardier Transportation, and other mergers in the transportation, energy, and manufacturing industries. She recently worked on antitrust cases in the digital sector, such as Google vs. CEDRO, which was an intellectual property rights dispute before the Mercantile Court of Madrid (Spain) and the European Commission investigation into Amazon’s use of its marketplace data. Alessia is also part of the team that advises a heavy truck manufacturer in context of ongoing damages litigation proceedings following an Article 101 TFEU infringement decision by the European Commission.
Alessia holds a M.Sc. in Economics from the Barcelona School of Economics and a B.Sc. in Economics and Law from Tor Vergata University.