Dr. Nicola Tosini

Associate Director


Tel: +49 30 700 1506 70
Fax: +49 30 700 1506 99

Tel: +32 2 674 88 17

Tel: +44 20 7659 8672

Email: nicola.tosini@nera.com
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PhD in economics, University of Pennsylvania
MA in economics, University of Pennsylvania
Laurea in economics, Bocconi University


Dr. Nicola Tosini is an Associate Director in NERA's Antitrust and Competition Practice, primarily based in Berlin. He is an expert in the application of empirical techniques to competition cases and has ten years of experience advising firms during merger reviews, antitrust investigations, and the litigation of damages.

Dr. Tosini has submitted economic evidence to the European Commission and several national competition authorities, in particular in Germany and the UK. He has also been involved in the litigation of cartel damages before English, German, and Italian courts, providing key input for court filings, settlement discussions, and expert reports.

Dr. Tosini’s experience spans a variety of industries, including automotive parts, building materials, chemicals, consumer packaged goods, electronics, freight transport and forwarding, passenger air travel, pharmaceuticals, retail, and telecommunications. He regularly speaks at conferences and writes articles on topics in competition economics, most recently on the importance of innovation in the assessment of mergers.

Before joining NERA in 2016, he was an economic consultant in London and Berlin. He holds an MA and a PhD in economics from the University of Pennsylvania, and a Laurea in economics from Università Bocconi in Milan. He is an Italian national and is proficient in English, German, and Italian.



Title Type Author
The Increasing Cross-Border Importance of Innovation in Merger Review Published Article By Jennifer Cascone Fauver, Dr. Subramaniam (Subbu) Ramanarayanan, and Dr. Nicola Tosini
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NERA's Role in Three European Commission Clearances 31 January 2019 Press Release
NERA Economic Consulting Announces Senior-Level Promotions 13 February 2018 Press Release