Prof. Dr. Patrick Van Cayseele

Affiliated Academic

Contact

Berlin
Tel: +49 30 700 1506 01
Fax: +49 30 700 1506 99

Brussels
Tel: +32 2 282 4340
Fax: +32 2 282 4360

Email: patrick.van.cayseele_affiliate@nera.com
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Education

PhD in economics, KU Leuven
MSc in economics, KU Leuven
BSc in economics, KU Leuven

Experience

Prof. Dr. Patrick Van Cayseele is an Academic Affiliate in NERA's Global Antitrust and Competition Practice, based in Berlin.

Prof. Dr. Van Cayseele has provided expert research and analysis to global corporations, domestic and foreign regulatory agencies, and international law firms. He has served as an expert witness for competition law investigations and regulatory proceedings spanning a range of sectors, including media, financial services, median ports-harbors, micro-electronics, agri-food, and trucks. In addition, while an expert economist member with the Belgian Competition Authority, he was involved in more than 100 cases on matters including merger review, cartels, and abuse of dominance.

Prof. Dr. Van Cayseele was Chair of Economics and Associate Dean of Research Affairs at KU Leuven. He serves as Chair of the Board of Directors of the LICOS Centre for Institutions and Economic Performance, where he is the Program Director of the research track markets and governments. He is also a Research Fellow at the Duisenberg School and the Amsterdam Center of Law and Economics, where he held the Chair of Economics and Competition Policy. He stayed at the MEDS department at Northwestern University as a visiting scholar.

Prof. Dr. Van Cayseele is coeditor of Competition, a competition and regulation journal dedicated to publishing legal and economic items relating to the Benelux region and its authorities. He has also published over 40 articles in economics journals, including the Review of Industrial Organization, Journal of Industry: Competition and Trade, International Journal of Industrial Organisation, Review of Economics and Statistics, and the Journal of European Competition Law & Practice.

Languages

English
German
French

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