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António Gomes is president of the Portuguese Competition Authority (PCA), having taken office on 16 September 2013.
Previously, he was a senior competition expert at the OECD in Paris (2013); director of the Merger Department of the PCA (2007-2013); senior economist at the PCA (2005-2007); acting director of the Undergraduate Degree in Economics at the University of Aveiro (2004), as well as its deputy director (2001-2005); lecturer at the Department of Economics, Management and Industrial Engineering of the University of Aveiro (1999-2005); and graduate teaching assistant (teaching fellow) in the Department of Economics and Related Studies of the University of York (1997-1998).
He has an undergraduate degree in economics from the University of Coimbra (1995); an MSc in economics from the University of York (1997); a master’s in economics from the Nova University of Lisbon (1998); a PhD in economics from the University of York (2005); and specialised training for competition authority economists from the Fordham Competition Law Institute (2009).
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