Dr Peter Ormosi
Phone: +44 (0)1603 59 1935 Location:
I am a senior lecturer in competition economics. My research is focused on various issues in law and economics, such as deterrence, reputation, and private sanctions. I have also published papers and done consultancy works on ex post measuring the impact of competition poilcy. I have published in both economics and law journals of international excellence.
Beside my academic achievements, I have several years of enforcement and policy analysis experience working for the Hungarian Competition Authority and for the OECD.
I am a member of the Competition and Markets Authority's Academic Board.
I have provided advice and delivered various reports for the European Commission, the OECD, UNCTAD, and the World Bank on issues related to economic impact evaluation and the estimation of the consumer benefits of competition policy. Some of these are publicly available:
- European Commission (2015) A review of merger decisions in the EU: What can we learn from ex-post evaluations?
- OECD (2015) Notes on the ex-post evaluation of competition agencies' enforcement decisions
- OECD (2012) Stocktaking on evaluation
My law and economics blog is: http://ormosi.wordpress.com/
Mergers after cartels: How markets react to cartel breakdown,
in The Journal of Law and Economics
pp. 561-283Full Text UEA Repository
A tip of the iceberg? The probability of catching cartels,
in Journal of Applied Econometrics
pp. 549–566Full Text UEA Repository
Mergers after cartels: How markets react to cartel breakdown,UEA Repository
The Impact of Competition Policy: What are the Known Unknowns?,UEA Repository
A comparative assessment of methodologies used to evaluate competition policy,
in Journal of Competition Law and Economics
pp. 769-803Full Text UEA Repository
Claim efficiencies or offer remedies? An analysis of litigation strategies in EC mergers,
in International Journal of Industrial Organization
pp. 578-592Full Text UEA Repository
Tactical dilatory practice in litigation: Evidence from EC merger proceedings,
in International Review of Law and Economics
pp. 370-377Full Text UEA Repository
Diminishing incentives to reveal efficiency-related evidence: an empirical analysis of ec merger cases,
in World Competition
pp. 615-640UEA Repository
Merger Remedies versus Efficiency Defence: An analysis of merging parties’ litigation strategy in EC merger cases,
in CCP Working Paper Series 10-1UEA Repository
Are all mergers equally delay-averse? An empirical analysis of European Commission merger cases (1999-2008),
in CCP Working Paper Series 09-10UEA Repository
Determinants of the success of remedy offers: Evidence from European Community mergers,
in CCP Working Paper Series 09-11UEA Repository
Key Research Interests
My research is mapped around various topics in law and economics, including the analysis of the effect of private sanctions, measuring cartel detection and deterrence, the anti-competitive effects of mergers, and the ex post evaluation of the impact of competition enforcement including the analysis of the deterrent effect of law enforcement. I am currently working on more general questions of law and economics, such as the reputational effects of crime. I generally welcome PhD applications on any of these wider areas.
External Activities and Indicators of Esteem
RECENT CONSULTANCY WORKS
OECD (2015) Capacity Building Workshop on Ex-Post Evaluation of Competition Authorities’ Decisions
European Commission (2015) A review of merger decisions in the EU: What can we learn from ex-post evaluations?
World Bank (2014) Monitoring and Evaluation Framework for the Kenyan Competition Authority
World Bank (2014) Impact Evaluation Framework for the Kenyan Competition Authority
OECD (2012) Stoctaking on Evaluation, DAF/COMP/WP2(2012)5
European Commission (2014) Improving DG COMP’s ex-post impact evaluation framework
Training workshop for judges from EC member states on the quantification of harm (Dublin, May 2013)