Professional Staff

Tasneem Chipty

Managing Principal

Boston
Tel: 617-425-8122
Fax: 617-425-8001
tasneem.chipty@analysisgroup.com

Education:
Ph.D., economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; B.A., mathematics and economics, Wellesley College
Summary of Experience:

Dr. Chipty is an expert in industrial organization, antitrust economics, and econometrics. She has advised clients on a range of competitive issues and has provided economic and econometric analyses in cases involving antitrust liability, damages, and class certification. She has evaluated competitive effects of mergers and acquisitions and has advised clients in post-merger contestations. She has also provided economic analyses for commercial contract disputes, product liability litigation, and intellectual property disputes. Dr. Chipty has studied numerous industries, including airlines, broadcast and satellite radio, cable and satellite television, healthcare, newspapers, pharmaceuticals, pulp and paper, sports, and tobacco. She has submitted testimony, testified at trial and at deposition, and given presentations before various organizations and agencies, including the Federal Trade Commission and the Department of Justice. She has also published academic research on the strategic use of vertical integration for market foreclosure, the role of firm size and network effects on bilateral business negotiations, and the effects of regulations on firm behavior. Prior to joining Analysis Group, Dr. Chipty was a Vice President at Charles River Associates. She has served on the faculties of the Ohio State University, Brandeis University, and MIT, where she taught courses in antitrust and regulation, industrial organization, and econometrics.

Read Tasneem's profile 

ECONOMICS OF BID RIGGING AND ANTITRUST DAMAGES 

Q&A: Economics of Bid Rigging and Antitrust Damages - right railDr. Chipty and Affiliate John Asker discuss bid rigging and calculating antitrust damages in a stamps auction conspiracy. 

COMPETITION AND THE CABLE INDUSTRY 

In "The Changing Face of Cable Television," Dr. Chipty explains antitrust concerns associated with the Comcast/NBC Universal deal.