Dr. Bagci has over 20 years of experience advising on the economics of competition, regulation, and damages assessment. She has provided economic analysis for clients throughout in-depth competition and regulatory investigations, commercial litigation, and international arbitrations.

Dr. Bagci has advised Europe’s leading financial institutions and companies throughout merger, cartel, dominance, State Aid, and market investigations by the European Commission and the UK CMA. She has particular experience with abuse of dominance, exclusionary conduct, and alleged foreclosure strategies, including testimony at trial. Dr. Bagci has submitted expert economic analysis and testimony before regulatory authorities and in international arbitration and litigation proceedings brought before European courts, the European Court of Justice, the London Court for International Arbitration (LCIA), the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA), and the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce.

In litigation matters, Dr. Bagci has prepared expert testimony in relation to liability and the estimation of damages for unilateral and coordinated conduct in a number of industries, including the financial, energy, industrial products, consumer electronics, and mining sectors. Several of these industries and matters involve multi-sided digital platform markets. Dr. Bagci is currently retained as a testifying expert in connection with several private damages actions and class action claims arising from antitrust infringements filed in the UK High Court and the UK Competition Appeals Tribunal.

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Education

Cambridge University, PhD and MPhil in Economics

Victoria University of Wellington New Zealand, MBA and BA