“Manufacturing Input Markets,” with James Langenfeld, William Nye, and Louis Silvia, Market Definition in Antitrust: Theory and Case Studies, American Bar Association, 2012, Chapter II.
Peer Reviewed Research
“The Impact of Smoking Bans on the Hospitality Industry: New Evidence from Stock Market Returns,” The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy: Vol. 9: Iss. 1 (Contributions), Article 13 (2009).
“Expert Testimony, Daubert, and the Determination of Damages,” with David Cooper, Review of Law & Economics: Vol. 4: Iss.1, Article 11 (2008) .
'Junk Forecasts in the Courtroom?: Assessing the ‘S’ Curve Approach to Calculating Damages,' with C. Paul Wazzan, Journal of Forensic Economics, Volume XIX, Number 3, Fall 2006.
'Distinguishing the Legal from the Illegal in Antitrust Damages Calculations: Lessons from Netscape v. Microsoft,' Journal of Forensic Economics, 17 (2), 2004.
“How Mergers Affect Competitors,” Ph.D. dissertation, University of California, Los Angeles, 1994.
'The Accuracy and Manipulability of Lost Profits Damages Calculations: Should the Trier of Fact be 'Reasonably Certain'?,' with David Merrell, Transactions: The Tennessee Journal of Business Law, Volume 7, Number 2, 2006.
'Federalism and the Indirect Purchaser Mess,' with Dale J. Giali, George Mason Law Review, Volume 11, Number 1, Fall 2002.
Magazines, Newsletters, and On-Line Publications
'Calculating ‘Pass-Through’ Rates in Price-Fixing Cases – What’s in the Economist’s Toolbox?,” The Meeting Place, Newsletter of the ABA Section of Antitrust Law Joint Conduct Committee, Winter 2014.
“The Demise of the 25% Rule,” with Mohan Rao, Intellectual Asset Management, Issue 47, May/June 2011.
'Comcast-NBC and the Regulatory Road to Nowhere,' TheStreet.com, May 5, 2010.
'Civil Conspiracy Claims and the Econo mics of Collusion,' with Daniel Ingberman and Christopher Loos, American Bar Association Mass Torts Litigation Committee Newsletter, Summer 2009.
'The Economic Impact of Smoking Bans,' Forbes.com, June 4, 2009.
'Examining Expert Witness Testimony and Judicial Gatekeeping: Insights from Game Theory,' with David Cooper, Mealey's Daubert Report, Volume 13, Issue #1, January 2009.
“Mars v. Coin Acceptors and the ‘Hypothetical Negotiation’ Approach to Reasonable Royalty Calculations,” IP Remedies, American Bar Association, Intellectual Property Litigation Committee, July 2008.
“Unprofessional Economic Testimony: Why It is a Problem and How Technical Advisors Can Help,” with David Cooper, American Bar Association Section of Antitrust Law Economics Committee Newsletter, Volume 7, Number 2, Fall 2007.
“Recognizing Damages Manipulation: Tips for Putting Barbed Wire on the Daubert Gate,” The Committee on Commercial & Business Litigation Newsletter, American Bar Association, Vol. 8, No. 3, Spring 2007.
'Infringed Tech: Antitrust Responses in Such Suits Ride on Market Power,' Legal Times, April 2000.
“Big Price Fixing Cases: Will Indirect Purchasers Be Able to Recover Damages?,” Perspectives, January 2000.
“Current Methods of Evaluating Vertical Mergers and the Obsolescence of the 1984 Merger Guidelines,” Private Antitrust Litigation News, American Bar Association, Spring 1999.
“Hicks-Marshall Conditions and Defining Antitrust Markets for Intermediate Goods,” with James Langenfeld, Georgi Giozov, and David Weiskopf, presented at the International Industrial Organization Conference, April 2009.
“The Effects of Merger Announcements on Rival Stock Prices,” May 1998.
“The Problem with Using Antitrust Complaints as Events,” August 1995.
“ Clayworth v. Pfizer, Inc. Rejected the Pass-on Defense, or Did it?,” Los Angeles County Bar Antitrust Section, March 2011.
'The Comcast/NBC Merger: Frightening Media Consolidation or Good for Consumers?,' Los Angeles County Bar Association Antitrust Section, May 2010.
“Setting the Bounds of Section 2 Liability: Understanding linkLine and its Potential Implications,” Los Angeles County Bar Association Antitrust Section, November 2008.
'Economics at the Intersection of Antitrust and Intellectual Property,' Los Angeles County Bar Association Antitrust Section, September 2002.
'How Federal and State Laws Can Fail to Work Together: The Economics of Indirect Purchaser Laws,' George Mason Law Review Antitrust Symposium, May 2002.