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FTC/DOJ Hearings on Single-firm Conduct
Dr. Robert C. Marshall, Ph.D.
Dr. Robert Marshall is Head of Economics and Co-Director of The Center for the Study of Auctions, Procurements and Competition Policy at The Pennsylvania State University. He is also a Partner at the economic consulting firm, Bates White, LLC. Dr. Marshall provides intellectual leadership in antitrust litigation, with particular expertise in antitrust liability and cartels. He is a recognized thought leader in the areas of industrial organization, collusion, applied game theory, auctions, and procurements. Dr. Marshallç´ work has appeared in American Economic Review, Antitrust Law Journal, Journal of Political Economy, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Games and Economic Behavior, and other academic journals.
Dr. Marshallç´ expertise with regard to collusion has been instrumental in major antitrust litigation cases. In In re Vitamins Antitrust Litigation, Dr. Marshall served as a liability expert and examined whether economic evidence demonstrated the defendants began colluding much earlier than the time period for which they pled guilty.
Ph.D., Economics, University of California, San Diego; A.B., Economics, Princeton University
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