Frederik Harhoff

Frederik Harhoff is a senior economist at Copenhagen Economics where he deals with competition cases and high-value auctions. In the competition field, he has advised private companies in competition cases before a number of national competition authorities and the European Commission. He is also the service leader for Copenhagen Economics’ auctions service, advising private companies and regulators on how to de-sign and bid in complex, high-value auctions. Frederik has previously worked in the Centre for Expenditure Policy at the Danish Ministry of Finance, in the Department for Finance and Securities at NERA Economic Consulting, and as a teaching assistant, project supervisor and examiner in various microeconomics and finance courses. Frederik has a Master’s degree in finance and economics from London School of Economics and a Master’s degree in economics from the University of Copenhagen.

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