Guillermo Uriz is an Economist at Compass Lexecon, based in Madrid.
Guillermo’s work focuses on the application of empirical models and econometric techniques to antitrust and competition policy cases. Guillermo’s consultancy work specializes in the estimation of effects arising from anticompetitive practices in a variety of cases including public procurement auctions, tender processes in the automotive industry, and price formation in oil markets.
Guillermo holds a Ph.D in Economics and Econometrics from University College London. In his research work, Guillermo has applied frontier statistical, econometric and machine learning techniques to study, among others, questions related to the impact of Big Data in retail markets, the impact of public policies in consumer decisions, and the determinants of executive compensation. Guillermo also holds a M.Phil in Economics from University College London and a Master in Economics and Finance from the Centro de Estudios Monetarios y Financieros (CEMFI, Madrid).