Amany Afify is a Manager in the Antitrust and Competition Practice. A seasoned economist with over eight years of expertise spanning microeconomics, macroeconomics, and competition policy, Ms. Afify specializes in economic analysis of competition, encompassing market definition, merger simulations, damages estimation, and the analysis of single-firm conduct and monopolization. Her work has spanned a wide range of industries, including agriculture, chemicals, ride-hailing, pharmaceuticals, and technology, on behalf of the Egyptian competition authority.
In addition to her contributions to the field of competition policy, Ms. Afify possesses extensive experience in public policy. Notably, she authored the revenue side of the five-year plan at the Philadelphia City Controller's office, leveraging her econometric skills to build models that provided insightful economic forecasts. During her tenure at the World Bank, she conducted extensive research on the impact of EU digitalization legislations on competition. She was also a Fulbright Scholar.
MSc, Economics, Drexel University
BA, Economics, Cairo University