Bartosz Redlicki

Bartosz Redlicki

  • Brussels
Senior Economist
  • PhD in Economics, University of Cambridge
  • MPhil in Economics, University of Cambridge
  • BA in Economics and Management, University of Oxford

Dr. Bartosz Redlicki is a Senior Economist at Compass Lexecon, based in the Brussels office.

Bartosz’s work focuses on the application of economic analysis and econometric techniques to competition policy cases, including both antitrust and merger control cases. His expertise lies in particular in antitrust cases, as he has contributed to the preparation of economic analyses and assisted legal teams in court proceedings in several countries in Europe.

Bartosz has conducted economic and econometric analyses related to follow-on damages litigation in the context of the European Commission’s investigation of collusive arrangements between heavy truck manufacturers. He has assisted the legal team in court proceedings in Germany, the UK, the Netherlands, and Poland, among others. The analyses have covered a wide range of topics, including an economic analysis of the plausibility of harm, an econometric estimation of potential cartel damages as well as an analysis of a potential pass-on of damages.

In addition, Bartosz has assisted clients in merger cases reviewed by the European Commission and national competition authorities, for example in the oil industry.

Bartosz holds a Ph.D. in Economics and an M.Phil. in Economics from the University of Cambridge and a B.A. in Economics and Management from the University of Oxford.

Before joining Compass Lexecon, Bartosz worked as a Teaching Fellow at the Faculty of Economics at the University of Cambridge, where he taught microeconomics at both undergraduate and graduate level, and as a Research Assistant at the Cambridge Institute for New Economic Thinking. He is active in academic research in the field of applied microeconomic theory and has presented his research papers at many conferences and seminars. His research has been published in the Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization.