Ph.D., economics, and M.A., political economy, Boston University; B.A., economics, University of Florida
Summary of Experience
Dr. Rice specializes in the application of statistics and econometrics to complex litigation and health economics research settings. He has conducted large-scale economic analyses involving simulation of future profits, budget impact, cost effectiveness, and cost of illness -- including assessments of medical and work-loss costs -- for drugs and medical devices in a variety of therapeutic areas. In his litigation case work, Dr. Rice has supported counsel on issues related to alleged kickbacks, off-label marketing, breach of contract, insider trading, and antitrust, among others. His recent case experience has involved providing assistance in the preparation of expert reports, testimony, and rebuttal analyses and arguments; developing sophisticated interactive models enabling real-time damages assessments under alternative scenarios; and presenting analyses to U.S. Attorney's Office investigators. Outside of litigation, Dr. Rice has led numerous health economics research projects and assisted clients in performing business strategy and market research to optimize product positioning throughout the product life cycle. He has also taught undergraduate courses on industrial organization, health economics, and regulatory economics; presented at leading conferences and seminars; and published in numerous peer-reviewed journals.