Ph.D., business administration, Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley; M.Phil., development studies, Cambridge University; B.A., political science, University of California, Berkeley
Summary of Experience
Dr. Rothman is an economist with a range of expertise in antitrust economics, econometrics, industrial organization, and statistics. He has experience in the application of economic theory and econometrics to evaluations of market structures and competition, class certification, and mergers, as well as the estimation of overcharges, pass-through, lost profits, and damages. While at Analysis Group, he has worked on a series of high profile antitrust matters involving automobiles, chemicals, computer hardware, consumer electronics, health services, pharmaceuticals, private equity, and residential mortgages. Dr. Rothman has also provided statistical consulting support in non-litigation matters and has testified as an expert. He has published research in outlets including the Journal of Health Economics, Journal of Competition Law & Economics, Concurrences: Competition Law Journal, and the ABA Antitrust Section's Econometrics: Legal, Practical and Technical Issues. Dr. Rothman teaches a course on the economics of merger analysis in the economics department at Harvard University. He is also an assistant editor of the Antitrust Law Journal. Prior to joining Analysis Group, Dr. Rothman was an assistant professor at Columbia University.