Ph.D. and M.A., economics, Western University; B.Com., economics, University of Saskatchewan
Summary of Experience
Dr. Seitz has a broad range of expertise in labor economics, econometrics, applied microeconomics, and health economics. She has provided economic analysis in antitrust and intellectual property matters, with a particular focus on high-technology industries. She has worked on several matters involving alleged price-fixing in the market for liquid-crystal display products and patent infringement cases involving smartphones. Her research has been published in the International Economic Review, The Review of Economic Studies, and the Journal of Labor Economics, and she has presented at a number of industry conferences and seminars. Dr. Seitz was formerly a coeditor at Labour: Review of Labour Economics and Industrial Relations and has been a principal investigator and coinvestigator on grants funded by the Social Security Administration and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada for studies on the health, retirement, and economics of the family. Prior to joining Analysis Group, she was an assistant professor at Boston College and Queen’s University.