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Competition Economics provides economic research and consulting services to law firms, corporations, and government agencies. The focus of our research and consulting is in four practice areas: antitrust, damages, intellectual property, and regulation.

Our directors and academic affiliates are distinguished experts in their respective fields and testify with authority on complex issues arising in business litigation and regulation in the United States and around the world.



Supreme Court cites an amicus brief co-authored by CE Director Dr. Michael A. Williams and Professor Tilman Klumpp in support of respondents in Tyson Foods, Inc. v. Bouaphakeo, et al.


CE Director Dr. Michael A. Williams, CE Senior Consultant Dr. Wei Zhao, and Professor Yonghong An publish article entitled “Counterintuitive signs in reduced form price regressions” in the ABA’s Economics Committee Newsletter


CE Academic Affiliate Professor Philip J. Reny and Director Dr. Michael A. Williams publish article entitled “The deterrent effect of cable system clustering on overbuilders: an economic analysis of Behrend v. Comcast,” in Economics Bulletin


Competition Economics assists State of New Hampshire in obtaining $236 million judgment in MTBE product liability case


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