Conference Session in Treviso


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Mario Denni

Berkeley Research Group

Mario Denni is an economist highly experienced in antitrust proceedings and merger assessments in various economic sectors, including digital, transportation, manufacturing, and pharmaceutical, at both the national and European Union levels.
In recent years, he has been responsible for a relevant abuse of dominance case in the digital sector. Following fifteen years as case handler at the Italian Competition Authority, in 2023 Mario has become a consultant advising clients on economic matters in the context of competition cases in various industries.
During his period at the Italian Competition Authority, Mario was involved in merger and antitrust cases in the transport, pharmaceutical, and digital sectors. From 2012 to 2014 he was a member of the cabinet of the president and the secretary general of the Italian Competition Authority. From 2014 to 2018, he was Seconded National Expert at Unit F1, DG Competition - European Commission, where he dealt with antitrust enforcement in the rail, aviation, and tourism sectors. His previous engagements include the European Investment Bank, Italian Institute of Statistics, and Italian Research Council.
Mario Denni holds a PhD in statistical methods for economics and business at the Third University of Rome and an MA in economics at the Universite? catholique de Louvain (UCL).

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