Gonçalo provides economic advice to clients across a range of sectors, mainly within Frontier’s Competition and Public Policy practices.
In the Competition practice, examples of Gonçalo’s recent work include calculating follow-on damages from a European-level cartel litigation case and advising FMCG and GAFA clients on mergers with the CMA, the Federal Cartel Office and the European Commission.
Within the Public Policy practice, Gonçalo has experience working for both private and public sector clients. For example, he has worked for the UK government conducting a challenge evaluation as part of the UK’s Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund; and for the private sector estimating the economic, social and environmental impact of the logistics sector. He also has experience modelling the economic impact of digital technologies and using gravity models in the field of international trade policy.
Gonçalo holds a BSc and MSc in Economics from the Nova School of Business and Economics. He speaks fluent English, conversational Spanish and is a native Portuguese speaker.