Archived Biography: Ivan Reidel was a Student Fellow with the Berkman Center for Internet and Society and an SJD candidate at Harvard Law School. Ivan is currently involved in studying the economic impact of online advertising on the structure and performance of broader online markets within the framework of joint research performed by researchers at the Berkman Center, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and the University of St. Gallen. Ivan has also been a part of the Berkman’s Digital Media Project, the Digital Media Exchange, a teaching fellow in John Palfrey’s Internet and Society, and a regular participant at the Harvard-Yale Cyberscholar Working Group. Ivan’s research interests include economic analysis of intellectual property, antitrust law and cyberlaw.
Before coming to Harvard Ivan taught Antitrust Law at the University of Buenos Aires and served as a cabinet advisor to the Secretary of State for Competition, Deregulation and Consumer Protection in Argentina. Within the Ministry of Economy he also served as an advisor to the President of the National Competition Commission and was part of the Emergency Response Committee created by the Secretary of State to address fuel and food supply shortages during Argentina’s economic crises. More recently he has served as an economic consultant in complex antitrust litigation.
Ivan graduated with honors from the University of Buenos Aires Law School, where he was later elected researcher for the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies in Industrial and Economic Law (CEIDIE).