Dr Gerdis Marquardt helps clients by applying economic theory to complex market realities and explaining even complicated economic problems in an understandable way.
She particularly excels at interdisciplinary research; through combining insights from different disciplines and different areas of economics, she achieves to examine a question from different angles while creating one clear, coherent storyline.
Gerdis has experience working with competition economics and her strong background in microeconomics as well as competition law is specifically helpful for clients with competition and regulatory concerns. Her previous work involved projects on regulatory issues in the postal sector across Europe and dispute support in competition cases.
Prior to joining Copenhagen Economics, Gerdis did research work for the Scottish Government. She has extensive teaching experience, having lectured on various courses in Micro-and Macroeconomics, Experimental Economics and Statistics, at both undergraduate and postgraduate level at the University of Edinburgh.