Dr Juliane Bayer

M: + 49 151 1133 2065
T: +49 211 1760 9165
E: jbayer@ceg-europe.com

Juliane is a Senior Associate at CEG Europe and is based in the Düsseldorf office. She applies her microeconomic and econometric skills to advise clients in competition and commercial litigation cases.

At CEG she provides economic advice to clients across a range of industries (including electronic cash, trucks, household sugar, industrial gases) and across all areas of competition policy with a focus on economic damage estimations. Most recently she has been extensively involved in a damages case concerning RoRo shipping.

Prior to joining CEG, Juliane worked as a research and teaching assistant at the Free University of Berlin, where she applied economic theory to address competition and regulatory matters. In her doctoral thesis, she addressed the interplay between regulation and investment incentives in telecommunication markets by analyzing, among others, the effects of network neutrality on content and network providers. 

During an earlier internship at the Spanish Energy Commission, she was involved in the analysis of an EU-wide study for the European Commission on the impact of amended regulations on the storage capacities of liquefied natural gas. 

She holds a PhD in Economics from the Free University of Berlin, a Master in Industrial Economics from Universidad Carlos III in Madrid, and a Bachelor in International Economics from Maastricht University. 

Juliane is native in German, fluent in English, with some knowledge of Spanish and French.