Ph.D., economics, New York University; B.A., economics, Georgetown University
Summary of Experience
Dr. Booth specializes in applying microeconomic theory, antitrust economics, and econometric methods to a range of issues that include assessing the competitive effects of firm conduct, the implications of mergers and acquisitions on consumer welfare, and the effects of government policy on consumer and firm behavior. Over the course of numerous litigation matters, Dr. Booth has supported testifying experts and served as a consulting expert in analyzing alleged anticompetitive practices and damages. His practice spans many industries, including airlines, consumer payment cards, high technology, and telecommunications. His non-litigation casework has included providing strategic guidance to a manufacturer regarding the contenting and pricing of its products, and evaluating the efficacy of government programs. Prior to joining Analysis Group, Dr. Booth was a consultant with the World Bank's Development Economics Research Group.
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