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By Lisa Cameron, Michelle Cleary, Joshua Gans
In a recent interview published in the ABA's Perspectives in Antitrust, Brattle economists Michelle Cleary and Lisa Cameron discussed interoperability, disruption, and antitrust...
By Elaine Buckberg
Major infrastructure investments—especially pro- jects and programs of regional and national signifi- cance—can generate major "spillover" benefits to the general public...
By Bente Villadsen, Dan Harris, A. Lawrence Kolbe, Michael Vilbert
Brattle Principals Bente Villadsen, Michael Vilbert, and Dan Harris, and Principal Emeritus A. Lawrence Kolbe have authored a new book that examines the topic of cost of capital for regulated industries.
By Judy Chang, Johannes Pfeifenberger, Kathleen Spees, Mariko Geronimo, Walter Graf
These benefits significantly outweigh estimated implementation costs.
By Mark Berkman, Dean Murphy
A report by Brattle economists finds that Ohio's nuclear energy plants will contribute approximately $510 million to the state gross domestic product (GDP) over the next ten years (2018-2027)...
By Michael Goldstein
Dr. Michael Goldstein, a professor of finance at Babson College and an Academic Advisor to The Brattle Group, co-authored a paper for the American Geophysical Union (AGU)...
By Judy Chang, Johannes Pfeifenberger, John Tsoukalis
Brattle Principals Judy Chang and Johannes Pfeifenberger, and Associate John Tsoukalis have authored a report that analyzes how different market structures could alter production costs in the combined service areas of the Mountain West Transmission Group entities.
By Philip Hanser, Roger Lueken
Brattle economists have co-authored an article published in Utilities Policy that discusses how low-cost solar photovoltaics (PV) and battery electricity storage can potentially bring about fundamental shifts...
By Adoria Lim, Chi Cheng
The reporting of non-GAAP measures, such as adjusted EBITDA or adjusted earnings per share, in companies' public filings and news releases has increased steadily over the past few decades and is currently at a historic high.
By Lisa Cameron
Brattle Principal Lisa Cameron, Academic Advisors Professor Greg Allenby and Professor Peter E. Rossi, and Brattle Senior Research Analyst Yikang Li recently co-authored an article for BNA about fundamental economic errors in approaches to damages in recent product mislabeling cases.
By Ahmad Faruqui, Josephine Duh
Brattle economists have co-authored an article published in the February 2017 issue of Electricity Policy's Electricity Daily that addresses the issue of econometric models over-forecasting utility sales, resulting in revenue shortfall.
By Yvette Austin Smith
Following the CKx decision, Delaware Chancery Court has continued to provide strong support for the use of deal price to estimate the fair value of the equity of public companies...
By Ryan Hledik, Jürgen Weiss, Michael Hagerty
A whitepaper recently released by Brattle economists on the role transportation and heating electrification could play in increasing utility sales and reducing carbon emissions has been featured...
By Elaine Buckberg
In his inaugural address, President Trump committed to "transform America's crumbling infrastructure."
By M. Alexis Maniatis
Brattle President Alexis Maniatis was recently elected to serve on the International Council for Commercial Arbitration (ICCA) and American Society of International Law's (ASIL) Task Force on Damages.
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