Daniel D. Garcia-Swartz is a principal in CRA’s Antitrust & Competition Practice, experienced with cases involving monopoly tying, predatory pricing, exclusionary practices, and price fixing.
He has also done merger work in industries such as office supplies, supermarkets, and health insurance. He has authored (or co-authored) expert reports on economic issues in regulation and civil litigation matters in the United States, Europe, Brazil, Chile, and Mexico.
He has taught Latin American history and economic history courses at various institutions in Argentina and the United States. Dr. Garcia-Swartz has published his papers in 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, Telecommunications Policy, and Technological Forecasting and Social Change.
He has co-authored two books with Dr. Martin Campbell-Kelly. One focuses 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). The other explores the economic history of mobile phones: Cellular: An Economic and Business History of the International Mobile-Phone Industry (Cambridge: MIT Press, 2022).