Pablo is a Director in the Economics Consulting practice at AlixPartners, and is based in Washington, D.C. He assists clients in cases before competition authorities and national courts on antitrust and competition policy matters. Pablo has provided expert advice on how firms’ conduct affects competition and market outcomes, including vertical arrangements between suppliers and customers; horizontal agreements among competitors; and unilateral conduct by individual firms. He has applied economic analyses in a wide array of industries, including digital platforms, pharmaceuticals, and chemicals.

Pablo holds a Magister degree in Economics from the Universidad de San Andrés, Argentina and an MSc in Economics from the London School of Economics. He is a member of the American Economic Association and the American Bar Association. 

Key Engagements:

  • Consulting expert in matter concerning the competitive effects of exclusive supply arrangements for feedstock used in antibiotic ointments.
  • Analyzed how rebate agreements with PBMs for a branded product affected physicians’ prescribing and pharmacists’ dispensing behavior for generic alternatives.
  • Supported academic expert in litigation concerning monopoly power in general internet search and advertising markets.
  • Provided analytical and data support to merging parties in over twenty proceedings before national and EU competition authorities.

Pablo co-authored the “Economist’s Perspective: US antitrust regulators focus on defining relevant labour markets,” (with Anne Gron), Global Competition Review, August 25, 2023.