Dr. Bagci has over 20 years of experience advising on the economics of competition, regulation, and damages assessment.

She has provided economic analysis and expert witness testimony for clients throughout in-depth competition and regulatory investigations and in commercial litigation and international arbitrations. Dr. Bagci has particular experience with dominance and exclusionary conduct, including alleged foreclosure strategies and so-called raising rivals’ costs, including testimony at trial.

Dr. Bagci has provided expert testimony in the London Court for International Arbitration (LCIA), the Permanent Court of Arbitration in the Hague, the High Court of England and Wales, and the European Court of Justice (ECJ). She has also testified in regulatory proceedings concerning cartels, abuse of dominance, mergers, and market investigations conducted by the European Commission (EC), the UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), the Swiss Competition Authority (ComCo), the New Zealand Commerce Commission, the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), and energy regulators in England and Wales (Ofgem), New Zealand (Electricity Authority), and Ireland (Commission for Energy Regulation).

In competition litigation and arbitration 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 digital markets, financial benchmarks, retail payments, energy, mining, chemicals, industrial products, and consumer electronics. Several of these industries and matters involve multi-sided markets and platforms. She is currently retained as a testifying expert in several European and US antitrust cases with private damages actions before the UK High Court, the UK Competition Appeals Tribunal, the Netherlands Courts of Appeal, and the Western District of New York.


Cambridge University
PhD and MPhil in Economics

Victoria University of Wellington New Zealand
MBA and BA