Olivia Bodnar studied economics with a focus on competition economics at the Düsseldorf Institute for Competition Economics (DICE) at the Heinrich-Heine-University. From 2014 to 2021 she was employed at DICE where she worked on several topics in competition economics. During that time she also worked on two projects with the German Monopolies Commission, an independent advisory body that advises the federal government and the legislative bodies in the areas of competition policy and regulation. Since 2021 she is working as an Economist at DICE Consult GmbH on a broad range of regulation and antitrust cases.
The effects of private damage claims on cartel activity: Experimental evidenceThe Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization, Olivia Bodnar, Melinda Fremerey, Hans-Theo Normann and Jannika Schad, 7 August 2021