Ph.D., public policy, Harvard University; B.S.C.E. (civil
engineering), Rice University
Summary of Experience:
Borck specializes in the application of economics and statistics in the areas
of finance, antitrust economics, and energy and environment. His work in
finance has included analyzing the performance of mortgages and mortgage-backed
securities, evaluating the history of public policy toward homeownership, and
designing and critiquing statistical sampling methodologies to detect defects
in the mortgage underwriting process. In antitrust economics, he has investigated
the impacts of cartel activity on prices and profit. His work in energy and
environment has included the analysis of state and federal climate policies,
natural gas markets, recycling, and damages from environmental contamination.
Dr. Borck has assisted clients in all phases of the litigation process and has
supported expert witnesses in their preparation of reports and other testimony.
He has taught economics and statistics at the Harvard Kennedy School, Harvard
College, and Northeastern University.