Market Definition in Industries with Dynamic Demand
Competition authorities often employ the hypothetical monopolist test to evaluate whether groups of products in candidate markets are sufficiently broad to...
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Dr. Serge Moresi is an expert in the theory of industrial organization and specializes in applied game theory, including bidding and bargaining models.
Dr. Moresi is also an expert in applied microeconomics theory, including search markets, network effects, and two-sided markets. He is an experienced developer of theoretical models and simulation programs dealing with strategic interactions among market participants. Dr. Moresi has provided clients with expert economic consulting services in many merger cases, antitrust litigations, damages cases, and regulatory proceedings spanning a large number of industries in North America, Europe, and Australasia. He has contributed to many staff filings before federal agencies and competition authorities in several jurisdictions in the US and abroad.
Dr. Moresi is the author of several publications and conference papers on a variety of topics, including market definition, merger effects analysis, optimal taxation, insider trading, and ethical behavior. Before joining Charles River Associates, he served as Assistant Professor of Economics at Georgetown University from 1991 to 1998.