This crisis has made us adapt in unforeseen ways. I attended today the webinar "Litigation Tactics for Social Distancing: The Remote Deposition" that was organized by American Bar Association (ABA), Antitrust Law Section, and I would like to share some points that were made. The components and the requirements for a remote deposition were already in … Continue reading Antitrust deposition and Social Distancing
It is amazing how little things we do have such an amazing meaning. Five years ago I had the clarity to write myself a letter, to be opened only when I finally finished my PhD. Today I opened that letter and choked a little. Such an amazing moment of self-reflection. I will transcribe the letter … Continue reading A Letter to Dr. Jéssica Dutra
I am honored to present at the 10th edition of Kansas Workshop in Economic Theory with this amazing team of bright economists from across the globe.
I am happy to share that my paper "Cost Efficiencies and Upward Pricing Pressure" with Tarun Sabarwal has made Top Ten List at SSRN. The paper is available at the following link: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3322168 Happy reading! #tops #shares #costefficiency #antitrust #antitrustlaw #industrialorganization #mergersandacquisitions #mergers #economics
I am pleased to announce that I will be heading to Cincinnati on October 18-20th for the 2018 edition of the Women in Statistics and Data Sciences Conference. I am extremely grateful to the American Statistical Association for selecting me for their travel award. I look forward to presenting my paper "Cost Efficiencies and Upward … Continue reading Women in Statistics and Data Sciences
There are many ways to attempt to answer the question of "What is the optimal size for my business?" Today I will present you with a simple economic model that might help shed light in this conundrum. Suppose you are choosing between three different store fronts: Space x, space y and space z. Individually, they … Continue reading The optimal size to be…
I will be presenting this Friday at The University of Kansas my newest project on "Anticompetitive Effects of Common Ownership on Hospital Prices"
As an educator at the University of Kansas, I developed a number of skills that are highly transferable to life outside of academia, and that's our topic for the day. What goes into preparing a course? Most students take for granted the class they are taken as if the class has always existed and that … Continue reading How teaching prepares you for a non-academic job
I am incredibly happy to announce that not only that my work was mentioned at the AMSTATNEWS Magazine from the American Statistical Association, I was also featured on the cover. If you would like access to the full magazine, click here. I am incredibly grateful to the American Statistical Association (ASA) and for the Women … Continue reading Cover Girl
I am glad to announce my dissertation proposal was presented on December 1st 2017 and approved with Honors!!! A special thanks to my advisor, Dr. Tarun Sabarwal, as well as to my amazing committee members: Dr. David Slusky, Dr. Paul Johnson, Dr. José Azar and Dr. Jianbo Zhang! My dissertation will be looking at some … Continue reading With Honors!!!