Dr. James R. Kearl is a senior consultant to CRA with the Antitrust & Competition Economics Practice and the A.O. Smoot Professor of Economics at Brigham Young University. He specializes in applied microeconomics, industrial organization, and public policy. His areas of expertise include the economics of antitrust liability and damages, the economics of intellectual property and intellectual property damages, and general commercial damages. While a White House fellow, he served as a special assistant to the US Secretary of Defense. He has also served on the US Census Advisory Committee on Population Statistics. He has testified numerous times on antitrust, intellectual property, and complex commercial matters in state and federal courts, before the FTC, and in FINRA and JAMS arbitrations.
Post Doctoral, Economics and Law, Harvard University
PhD, Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
BA, Mathematics and Economics, Utah State University