Dr Joskow is a former deputy assistant attorney general for economics at the antitrust division of the United States Department of Justice (DOJ). He was also a senior staff economist on the President’s Council of Economic Advisers.
Dr Joskow has worked on a wide variety of antitrust matters involving mergers, monopolisation, and price fixing cases. He has provided consulting expertise and testimony on antitrust and regulation in a wide variety of sectors including electric power, financial markets, oil field services, domestic and international telecommunications, wireless communications, radio and television advertising, cable and satellite television, passenger airlines, consumer products, maritime shipping, computer software, metals, plastics and plastics additives, pharmaceuticals, petroleum products, paper, coal, franchising, magazine distribution and various manufacturing industries. Dr Joskow has appeared or filed reports before the DOJ, the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the Federal Communications Commission, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, the Securities Exchange Commission, the Federal Maritime Commission and the Copyright Royalty Arbitration Panel. He has also worked as an expert on behalf of both private parties and the DOJ. As an expert he has covered a large number of antitrust issues including market definition, collusion, monopolisation, competitive effects and efficiencies. Dr Joskow has testified in Federal District Court and in front of an arbitration panel.
Dr Joskow worked closely with the White House and Congressional staffs on the Telecommunications Act of 1996. He was a member of the Joint FTC/DOJ Task Force on Efficiencies that redrafted the efficiencies section of the 1992 Horizontal Merger Guidelines.
WWL says: Andrew Joskow is an “immensely talented” expert highly sought after for his expertise and testimony on competition and regulation in a wide spectrum of sectors
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