Mr. Brunet specializes in conducting complex empirical analyses, focusing primarily on competition and antitrust matters.
Mr. Brunet’s work often involves addressing the unique practical and statistical challenges presented by complicated, large-scale datasets. He has experience applying economic and empirical analyses across a broad range of settings, including competition matters in Canada, the US, and Europe. During his studies, Mr. Brunet worked as a Research Assistant at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law and as a Teaching Assistant for statistics and economic analysis of law courses in the Department of Economics.
University of Toronto, JD/MA in Economics
McGill University, BA (Hons.) in Economics