Dr. Dante Quaglione is currently a Director at Berkeley Research Group. He is an economic consultant and strategist with 20 years of experience, primarily as a senior expert with leading economic and strategy global consulting companies. Dr. Quaglione has directed complex projects on regulatory economics (both regulatory design and implementation), competition economics (abuse of dominant position), strategy (business, competitive, regulatory, and auction strategies), finance, and company valuation. He has advised clients in a variety of network industries (e.g., telecommunications, electricity, gas, airports, and motorways) as well as in the banking, credit card, insurance, and IT sectors. He specializes in the economics and business of the telecommunications and high-tech industries. His clients leverage his expertise on telecommunications market and its players (fixed and mobile operators, as well as chipset and equipment manufacturers). Dr. Quaglione has advised clients in Italy, South Africa, United States, Greece, Egypt, Pakistan, Algeria, and Saudi Arabia. In view of his broad experience across regulated and unregulated sectors, he also has been engaged by investment banks in companies’ valuation projects. He also often lectures on business and economics topics in academic and non-academic programs. Dr. Quaglione earned a Laurea magna cum laude in business economics from the Libera Università Internazionale degli Studi Sociali in Rome, a master of science in economics and mathematics from the University of Rome, and a master of arts and a Ph.D. in economics from New York University.
Dr. Dante Quaglione