Alessandro S. Kadner-Graziano is a PhD researcher in economics at the University of Bayreuth, Germany. He is currently developing new merger tools for antitrust authorities. Previously, he worked on antitrust matters at Charles River Associates, an economics consultancy. His work covered a variety of sectors, including media, transport, and retail, but he predominantly focused on mergers and abuse of dominance in the tech industry. His cases involved Big Tech companies such as Amazon, Google, LinkedIn, Microsoft, and Uber.
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