I am happy to share that my paper Paradigm Shifts on Merger Efficiencies in Antitrust Analysis has been published at Kansas Law Review. You may access it clicking here. Paradigm Shifts on Merger Efficiencies in Antitrust AnalysisDownload
Antitrust deposition and Social Distancing
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
SSRN Top Ten
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
Red Hot Graduate Research
I will be presenting this Friday at The University of Kansas my newest project on "Anticompetitive Effects of Common Ownership on Hospital Prices"
Missouri Valley Economic Association Conference 2017
I have just presented my paper Incorporating Cost Efficiencies into Upward Pricing Pressure at the Missouri Valley Economic Association Conference 2017. I received some wonderful feedback and constructive criticism. A special thanks to Prof. Jannett Highfill from Bradley University for her insightful comments. Next presentation will be on November 8th in which I will offer a seminar at The … Continue reading Missouri Valley Economic Association Conference 2017
Should Antitrust Agencies be Concerned about Limit Pricing?
Limit Pricing is a fascinating yet widely unexplored concept in economics classes. When teaching our students about how monopolists and/or firms with market power make their decision regarding output and prices, it usually follows a simple premise - firms choose the level of output to maximize profits, which occurs where marginal revenue equals marginal cost, … Continue reading Should Antitrust Agencies be Concerned about Limit Pricing?