Daniel D. Garcia-Swartz is a principal in CRA’s Antitrust & Competition Practice. Dr. Garcia-Swartz has experience with cases involving monopoly tying, predatory pricing, exclusionary practices, and price fixing. He has also done merger work in a variety of industries including office supplies and supermarkets. He has authored (or co-authored) expert reports on economic issues in connection with regulation and civil-litigation matters in the US, Europe, Brazil, Chile, and Mexico.
Prior to joining CRA, Dr. Garcia-Swartz held consulting roles at Compass Lexecon, as well as LECG and NERA. He also taught Latin American history and economic history courses at various institutions in Argentina and the US. Dr. Garcia-Swartz has published his papers in a variety of peer-reviewed journals such as Explorations in Economic History, Industry and Innovation, Information Economics and Policy, International Journal of the Economics of Business, Journal of Information Technology, Review of Network Economics, Small Business Economics, and Telecommunications Policy. He is the co-author (with Dr. Martin Campbell-Kelly) of a recent book on the economic and business history of the computer industry: From Mainframes to Smartphones: A History of the International Computer Industry (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2015). He has a reading knowledge of French, German, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish.
PhD, Economics and History, The University of Chicago
MA, Economic history, Torcuato Di Tella Institute
BA, History, University of Buenos Aires