Ph.D., economics, and M.A., political economy, Boston University; B.A., economics, University of Florida
Summary of Experience
Dr. Rice is an economist with a range of expertise in health economics, industrial organization, statistics, and econometrics. He has extensive experience applying economic theory, and statistical methods to complex litigation and health economics research settings. He has led analyses related to government investigations and litigation matters, where he has supported counsel and been retained as an expert on alleged Anti-Kickback Statute and False Claims Act violations, insider trading, breach of contract, and antitrust issues. Dr. Rice's work has included conducting empirical analyses involving large-scale databases on a range of topics including causal inference, merger simulation, and budget impact in the context of questions related to liability and damages. 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. In addition to his litigation work, he has provided econometric and statistical consulting on matters ranging from economic research questions, risk management, Fair Market Valuation, and compliance. He is Adjunct Faculty at Harvard University and has taught undergraduate courses on econometrics, health economics, industrial organization, and regulatory economics; published extensively in numerous peer-reviewed journals; and presented at leading conferences and seminars.