Philipp Mauch concentrates on the combination of economic, scientific, legal and political aspects into an integrated, evidence-based regulatory strategy. He has extensive experience in regulatory management on the side of international corporations in the consumer goods, pharmaceutical and healthcare industries. Prior to founding Pivot, he worked for Sandoz, Shire and Philip Morris in the areas of health policy, market access and product regulation. Philipp Mauch studied philosophy, theory of logic and science as well as political science and graduated with a doctorate.
Alexander Hinz has his main focus in the area of "Regulatory Analytics". This concerns the analysis and evaluation of regulation on consumers, companies and markets. He has sufficient experience in dealing with regulatory interventions and pending policy-making projects for international corporations in the consumer goods, energy and chemical industries. Prior to founding Pivot, he worked for PricewaterhouseCoopers, Philip Morris International and Bayer MaterialScience in the areas of product regulation, product safety and the management of EHS-related risks. Alexander Hinz studied political science and economics.
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Marcus Hagedorn is engaged in regulatory design and impact assessment of legislation based on quantitative methods. He has a broad repertoire of instruments - from analytical to statistical/econometric and numerical methods. In addition, his work is strongly interdisciplinary and his quantitative-economic approach is typically closely linked to the legal side of regulation. Marcus Hagedorn studied mathematics at the RWTH Aachen University and received his doctorate in economics from the University of Bonn within the framework of the European Doctoral Program. He has been a full professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Oslo since 2013. He has more than 15 years of consulting experience in the private and public sector in Germany and abroad.