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Mayumi Louguet is an Economic Consultant at London Economics working across a variety of sectors, with a focus on digital markets, new and emerging technologies and consumer protection.
She has worked for a wide range of clients in the private and public sector, including the European Commission, the UK and the Australian Government and leading tech companies.
She has experience conducting both qualitative and quantitative research, including statistical analysis in R and Stata, survey design and analysis, literature reviews and expert consultations. She was previously involved in assessing the impact of international regulatory initiatives and competition-related arguments on the Indian market for cloud computing services. She has worked on digital economy topics more broadly, including a study for the UK government assessing the role of consumer trust in personal data sharing in a post-GDPR environment, policy analysis on the Australian telecoms market and an economic valuation of investments in Australia’s national high-performance computing infrastructure.
Prior to joining London Economics, Mayumi worked as a management consultant for the banking industry across London and Zürich. She also has experience working as a research assistant to Dr. Matthieu Chemin in a development economics research centre based in Kenya, working on randomised control trials (RCTs). She holds an MPhil in Economics from the University of Cambridge with Distinction in Econometrics and a Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Economics and Minor in Mathematical Statistics from McGill University.