An internationally recognised expert in the economics of vertical restraints, Dr Frederick Warren-Boulton has testified and published extensively on antitrust and regulatory issues, including mergers, price fixing, monopolisation and estimating damages.
In addition to numerous appearances in front of the antitrust agencies in the US and EU on behalf of private clients on both civil and criminal matters, Dr Warren-Boulton has served as the testifying expert for private parties and for various government agencies on landmark monopolisation cases such as US v AT&T and US v Microsoft, as well as merger challenges such as FTC v Staples and Office Depot and US v H&R Block.
Dr Warren-Boulton served for six years as chief economist of the antitrust division of the US Department of Justice, first as director of its economic policy office and then as the first deputy assistant attorney general for economic analysis, before founding MiCRA, an economic consulting firm specialising in applied microeconomic theory, industrial organisation and econometrics, in 1991.
He earned his PhD and MA in economics, as well as an MPA, from Princeton University, and a BA in economics from Yale University. He is a former associate professor of economics at Washington University (St Louis), a visiting lecturer at Princeton University and a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute.
WWL says: Frederick Warren-Boulton is particularly well known for his work in the economics of vertical restraints and is considered a “market leading expert”.
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