GAMES Econ incorporates renowned Chilean professor Rodrigo Harrison, as academic advisor
GAMES Econ is delighted to add Dr. Rodrigo Harrison, renowned Chilean academic, to its global team of antitrust and regulation economic experts at its newly minted Chile office. In addition to bringing his academic knowledge and experience to our team, he expands our presence in LatAm.
Rodrigo Harrison is Associate Professor of Economics at Universidad Adolfo Ibañez’s Business School in Chile. Before this position, he was Associate Professor of Economics at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. He has a Ph.D. in Economics from Georgetown University, and a B.Sc. in Physics at Universidad Federico Santa María, where he graduated as an industrial civil engineer.
For more than 20 years, Professor Harrison has undertaken consulting engagements in antitrust, regulation, auctions, and strategic design as well as other issues that employ his expertise in industrial organization. His work has spanned both private and public institutions. He has served as an Expert Witness to the Antitrust Court of Chile in matters of telecommunications, ports, and others regulatory processes, as well as in arbitration. He is listed as a Who’s Who Legal Consulting Expert Economists since 2013.
Rodrigo Harrison’s affiliation with GAMES Econ in Iberoamerica strengthens our unique proposition to serve companies, law firms, governments, and society in applying state-of-the-art economic and data analysis, rooted in theory and technical expertise to better understand and solve complex problems, while explaining this analysis in a clear way.
GAMES Econ welcomes Professor Harrison as an Academic Advisor in Chile, as a step to expanding its presence in the region.
GAMES Econ’s Chile office builds up our presence in Spain and Latin America while ensuring that our quality standards are met and continue to excel. Our offering of a local presence, knowledge and perspective combined with GAMES Econ’s broader international competition practice and knowledge and application of best practices will allow to continue our team’s experience in successfully advising local and global clients with economic interests in Latin America and Europe.