In this chapter we highlight five economists for their work providing deep expertise and testimony in complex antitrust matters, alongside the superb advice they provide to lawyers and clients on intricate matters of competition economics.
At Swiss Economics, Christian Jaag has an exemplary ability “to convey and explain highly complex matters” to peers and clients alike. His knowledge and skillset make him a “brilliant economist to work with” and one of the leading names in Switzerland.
The “very impressive” Markus Saurer of Markus Saurer Industrial Organization is a “go-to” economist for Swiss competition matters, with peers praising his ability to explain complex economics to his clients with ease.
Stefan Buehler of the University of St Gallen is highlighted as very “strong in competition economics”, and commended for his impressive academic knowledge.
At the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Damien Neven is considered a top-notch economist with robust knowledge of the Swiss market, competition policy and economics.
Samuel Rutz of Swiss Economics has wide-ranging knowledge and extensive experience of competition regulation and policy matters in Switzerland.