Dr. Sabbioni, Ph.D (University of Florida, 2007) is a Senior Associate at Brattle. His consulting activities have included analyses of the economic effects of M&A, contractual disputes, regulatory changes, anticompetitive conduct, and the assessment of damage in arbitration in a variety of industries such as telecommunications, insurance, aviation, ground handling, electricity, oil and gas, petrochemicals, and others. Dr. Sabbioni was previously Founder Partner at EconLogic Consulting in Buenos Aires and he also served as an Economist with Econ One Research in Los Angeles, CA. Dr. Sabbioni is currently a Visiting Professor at the Business School of Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, where he teaches Managerial Economics and Competitive Strategy. Previously, he was the Director of the Economics Department at Universidad Católica Argentina, the Director of the Undergraduate Degree in Economics, and the Director of the Doctorate in Business Administration program. At UCA he has taught Microeconomics, Game Theory, Industrial Organization and Decision Making. He has published in Utilities Policy, Economía e Instituciones, and newspapers like Clarin, Cronista, Perfil and Infobae. He was also a Research Associate with the Public Utility Research Center at the University of Florida, and he has delivered presentations in academic and consulting conferences in several countries.