A Note from Martha S. Samuelson, CEO and Chairman
The 2022 editions of Forum include features drawn from our publishing and case work in a wide range of areas, many of which are undergoing rapid change. The articles cover new and continuing developments in antitrust, health care, energy and the environment, technology and cybersecurity, and consumer and marketing research, among other topics. I hope you will continue to find the ideas and experience we present in these pieces to be engaging, thought-provoking, and useful.
Deceptively Simple: Survey Evidence in Food and Beverage False Labeling Class Actions
Surveys, if rigorously designed, can provide important evidence about consumer perceptions in disputes over food and beverage labeling.
Changing the Pattern: Asthma Inhaler Use, Societal Costs, and Health Benefits
Changing the type of inhaler many asthma patients use could have significant environmental and health benefits at a moderate cost.
“The Business of Cybersecurity Is Business”: Kevin Powers on Managing the Risks and Consequences of Cyberattacks and Data Breaches
Businesses need to strengthen data security and prepare to deal with the potential for cybercrime.
State Collaboration Could Strengthen Pathways to Decarbonize New England’s Electrical Grid
Centralized approaches to achieving decarbonization goals in New England could boost efforts to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
ESG Investments and Disclosures in Today’s Corporate World: A Q&A with Christianna Wood
We asked Prof. Wood about the opportunities and risks of ESG investing.
ESG Reporting and Greenwashing: A Q&A with David W. Richardson
How can investors assure themselves the ESG information they receive is accurate?
New Bottles for Old Wine? A New Focus on Antitrust in Labor Markets
We look at the tools economists are using as competition enforcement agencies ratchet up their scrutiny of labor markets.
Determining the Price for One When All You Have Is the Price for Many
Research on patent portfolios may prove useful when determining the value of individual patents.
Analysis Group at the 2022 ABA Antitrust Law Spring Meeting
Managing Principal Dov Rothman served as the defense’s economic expert in this year’s mock trial, while Managing Principal Divya Mathur contributed to a panel reviewing competition effects for two-sided markets.
ESG at Analysis Group
Analysis Group offers multifaceted expertise in a wide variety of matters related to ESG practices and reporting in today’s business world.
HEOR: Real-World Evidence in Action
Innovative examples of how we help clients use real-world data (RWD) and real-world evidence (RWE) in health care decision making.
Economic Evidence and No-Poach Agreements
President Pierre Cremieux talks about his role as the sole economic expert in US v. DaVita, the first criminal no-poach case brought by the US DOJ to go to trial.
Inaugural Black@AG Summit
Black@AG is a community of Black employees and allies at Analysis Group focused on fostering an inclusive workplace, promoting awareness of issues surrounding the Black identity, and providing support for the professional development of Black employees.
Landmark Climate Change Resilience Study
Principal Paul Hibbard discusses his work on a landmark climate impact study, Climate Change Impact and Resilience Study – Phase II: An Assessment of Climate Change Impacts on Power System Reliability in New York State.
Pro Bono at Analysis Group
Analysis Group employees apply their analytical skills and expertise to pro bono consulting projects for organizations around the world. We generate relevant insights from data, documents, and other sources on behalf of nonprofit, governmental, and academic organizations, and support law firms in pro bono legal matters.