Nathan Miller is praised for his first-class competition practice, with peers imparting that he is "getting a lot of traction and interest in the market".
Nathan Miller is an antitrust expert who consults on high-stakes merger investigations. His research covers industrial organisation, finance and regulation, with a focus on merger investigations, cartels, tacit coordination and price discrimination. Professor Miller teaches courses to graduate students on strategic pricing, microeconomics, and firm analysis and strategy.
As a former staff economist for the antitrust division of the US Department of Justice, Professor Miller assessed an array of complex mergers, notably AT&T–T-Mobile, Bazaarvoice–PowerReviews and Ticketmaster–Live Nation. For analysis related to the AT&T–T-Mobile merger, he received the Antitrust Division’s Assistant Attorney General (AAG) Award.
Professor Miller’s research has appeared in journals such as the American Economic Review, Econometrica, the RAND Journal of Economics, the Journal of Finance, and the Journal of Financial Economics. His 2015 paper on coordinated effects won the Industrial Organisation Society’s Robert F Lanzillotti Prize for the best paper in antitrust economics.