Dr. Leng, a Principal Consultant to Nathan Associates, specializes in antitrust class actions and damage analysis. Her experience includes research pertaining to class certification, analysis of pricing behavior, and evaluation of allegations of collusion, bid rigging, and market allocation. Her clients are located in the United States, Canada, Australia, and Europe. Dr. Leng also provides consultations to the Egyptian Competition Authority regarding investigations of suspected anticompetitive behavior.
Before joining Nathan Associates, Dr. Leng conducted research on risk mitigation and housing affordability at the National Institute of Standards and Technology. She consulted for industry organizations, served as a legislative assistant responsible for budget and economic issues for a member of the U.S. Congress, and conducted research regarding Chinese economic development at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. Dr. Leng holds a Ph.D. in economics from Duke University.
Applied microeconomics, econometrics, antitrust, damage analysis
Constructed facilities and construction materials
Pulp and paper
A Guide to Measuring the Affordability of Residential Building Innovations. NIST Interagency Report 7233. June 2005.
Risk Mitigation Plan for Optimizing Protection of Constructed Facilities. In Cost Engineering, Vol. 6, Issue 8, August 2004 (with Harold E. Marshall and Robert E. Chapman).
Software for Optimizing Protection of Constructed Facilities. In AACEI Transactions, June 2004 (with Amy S. Rushing, Harold E. Marshall, and Robert E. Chapman).
Cost-Effective Responses to Terrorist Risks in Constructed Facilities. NIST Interagency Report 7073. March 2004 (with Robert E. Chapman).
U.S.-China-Japanese Relations in a Period of Structural Adjustment. The Journal of East Asian Affairs, Vol. IX, No. 1, Spring/Winter 1995 (with Gerrit W. Gong).
American Economics Association