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About EAG

EAG economists work in teams with other economists and attorneys in the Antitrust Division to investigate mergers between significant rivals and a variety of horizontal and vertical conduct, such as exclusive contracts and loyalty discounts. We do research, inspired by the insights and wealth of information and data that fuel our investigations.

EAG is fortunate to attract highly skilled individuals who value the chance to solve real world problems, to have a positive impact on our economy, and to work closely with each other as colleagues and co-authors.

Jenny Ho

Jenny Ho


Meet Some of Our Economists

Five EAG economists share their thoughts on working at EAG.

Antitrust Division economists

EAG Economists in the Antitrust Division’s Spring Newsletter

2017 - Examining Medicare Advantage competition, identifying the connection between market definition and competitive effects, and studying competition on the Affordable Care Act health exchanges

2016 - Solving difficult problems in intellectual property and market definition, teamwork in Comcast/Time Warner

2015 - Learning from past airline mergers, modeling competition in electricity markets and identifying competitive effects in forest products

Updated June 12, 2018

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