Dominik is an Associate Economist at CEG Europe, based in Düsseldorf. He conducts economic analysis in the context of complex competition, merger, abuse of dominance and litigation matters.
Dominik holds a PhD in economics from the University of Bayreuth. He has an extensive background in industrial economics and game theory. Dominik’s PhD thesis, which won the faculty's dissertation price, examined issues of private antitrust enforcement. He focused on the compensation of umbrella losses and on quantifying the EU’s relative responsibility norm for redress obligations. His work has been published in peer-reviewed journals such as the Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics and Games.
Prior to joining CEG, Dominik gained experience in competition economics at another consultancy, where he worked on cartel damage claims and margin squeeze cases.
He is native in German and fluent in English.
Dominik provides on-going support for several agri-businesses in their follow-on damage claims arising from the German pesticides cartel. His other recent cartel damages work includes European Government bonds, drugstore products and German payment cards. Previously, he supported various clients in abuse of dominant position proceedings before the European Commission and several European competition authorities. Regarding cartel agreements, Dominik provided economic advice to a steel producer in a cartel investigation by the German competition authority.