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Dr. Carlo Scarpa

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Contact

Rome
Tel: +39 06 488 8101
Fax: +39 06 48 58 38

Email: carlo.scarpa@nera.com
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Education

Laurea in economics and business, Università di Parma
Research doctorate in economics, Università di Bologna
PhD in economics, Nuffield College, Oxford University

Experience

Dr. Scarpa is a professor of Economics, Department of Economics and Management, at the University of Brescia and a Special Consultant in NERA's Rome office. He specializes in industrial economics and has conducted extensive research in antitrust and regulation, with particular focus on energy, local public services, and intellectual property rights. He has broad experience consulting on issues surrounding industrial economics to private companies, associations of private firms, courts, and regulatory bodies. He has extensive experience as an expert witness before the courts in Italy and has additional arbitration experience in Europe and China.

Dr. Scarpa works closely with economists in NERA's Rome office to provide economic consulting services in electricity, telecommunications, and other fields to clients in Italy and elsewhere in Europe.

In addition to his role at the Università di Brescia, where he lectures on microeconomics and industrial economics and policy, Dr. Scarpa is a visiting professor at the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano, where he teaches industrial organization. He is also a member of the scientific committee at Iefe, Università Bocconi, Milano.

Dr. Scarpa has published and presented widely on the topics of industrial economics, competition, regulation, privatization, and energy markets in Italy and Europe. He holds a Laurea in economics and business from the Università di Parma, a research doctorate in economics from the Università di Bologna, and a PhD in economics from Nuffield College, Oxford University.

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Competition and Energy Expert Joins NERA Economic Consulting 11 July 2012 Press Release