Competition analysis of the electric vehicle recharging market across the EU27 + the UK
This report produced by consultants from CRA’s Energy and Competition Practices on behalf of the European Commission provides an assessment of potential...
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Chara Tzanetaki is a principal at CRA’s European Competition Practice in London.
Chara is a microeconomist, with an expertise in industrial economic theory, game theory and the economics of networks.
Since joining CRA, she has worked on antitrust matters before the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), the European Commission and other national competition authorities. She has advised clients on mergers, litigation, and abuse of dominance cases in sectors including payments, technology and private healthcare.
Prior to joining CRA, Chara completed a PhD in economics at the University of Warwick where she was an ESRC research scholar and a Teaching Fellow. Chara also holds an MPhil in Economic Research from the University of Cambridge. She is fluent in Greek and English with a working knowledge of French.