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José María Rodríguez Ovejero

José María Rodríguez Ovejero

Associate Director Telecommunications Practice, Frontier Economics

José María Rodríguez is an Associate Director of Frontier Economics. Prior to joining Frontier in 2007, he was responsible of the telecommunications team of the Madrid office of NERA Economic Consulting, leading the consulting work of the office in the areas of post and telecommunications in Spain and Latin America.

In telecommunications, Mr Rodríguez has been involved in the main regulatory and competition policy issues in the industry. This includes market definition and competition analysis, financial and cost modelling, retail and wholesale price regulation and universal service cost estimates. Other regulatory experience includes the development of an appropriate regulatory frameworks for promoting UFBB networks, vertical separation, and the economics costs and benefits of net neutrality.

In antitrust, Mr Rodríguez has worked in mergers and in the analysis of anticompetitive practices such as price squeezes, excessive prices, anticompetitive bundling and price discounts. He has testified in damage valuation cases in the telecommunication and other sectors. Mr Rodríguez has appeared as an expert witness on numerous occasions and has submitted expert reports before regulators and courts in Spain, Mexico, Peru, Colombia, Guatemala, Brazil, Portugal and the European Commission.

Mr Rodríguez lectures frequently before economic and industry forums. In the Carlos III University, he teaches Economics of Telecommunications.

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