In this chapter, we recognise 16 economists for their provision of expert knowledge and testimony in complex antitrust matters, alongside the superb advice they provide to lawyers and clients on intricate matters of competition economics.
Most Highly Regarded
Charles River Associates excels in the field, with four economists recognised here.
Margaret Sanderson ranks highly among peers and is recognised by respondents as “one of the top competition economists in Canada”.
Sources acclaim Ralph Winter’s prolific academic contribution and adept expert testimony for consumers in regulatory hearings.
Andy Baziliauskas enjoys an outstanding reputation in the Canadian market for his profound expertise in merger, abuse of dominance and price fixing matters.
Frank Mathewson achieves widespread praise for his top-tier handling of merger-related competition matters and antitrust regulation.
Renée Duplantis of The Brattle Group is held in high esteem by market sources who consider her to be in “the upper echelon of Canadian competition economists”.
Joshua Gans at the Rotman School of Management is recognised as a market-leading figure when it comes to digital strategy and antitrust policy.
Jeffrey Church of Church Economic Consultants is well thought of among sources for his proven expert testimony expertise in a spectrum of competition policy matters.
Roger Ware at Queen’s University – Dept of Economics is a standout economist in the Canadian market on antitrust and industrial organisation issues.
University of British Columbia - Sauder School of Business’ Thomas Ross receives widespread plaudits for his in-depth knowledge of regulation and competition policy.
Michael Trethaway of InterVISTAS Consulting is singled out by sources as a first-rate economist and “a senior figure in the sector - his work is excellent”.
Michael Trebilcock at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law is renowned for his tremendous understanding and knowledge of competition policy.