M.A., Economics, Georgetown University, 1982
B.A., Economics, College of William and Mary, 1976
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Specializing in applied microeconomics and financial analysis of antitrust, health care, regulatory, and general business issues, Eileen Reed has worked in the United States and Europe managing complex projects, litigation, and merger reviews from their inception to completion. Ms. Reed has participated in pre-merger reviews and merger investigations; designed research and analytical approaches; and monitored and prepared testimony and affidavits on economic issues and public policy.
Her specific experience in the health care sector has included merger reviews and market studies in pharmaceuticals; hospital and physician services; and insurance and health care financing.
From 1988 to 2001, Ms. Reed was a principal associate with Nathan Associates. Earlier, with the Federal Trade Commission, she analyzed the energy industry and contributed to publications concerning oil industry mergers and pipeline ownership.
Microeconomics, financial analysis, antitrust
Health care, technology, internet, airlines
“The Price of Competition.” Competition & Antitrust Review 2007. Euromoney Yearbooks, Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC, England.
“Use and Abuse of Regression Analysis in Determining Damages in Antitrust.” Presented at the University of Amsterdam ACLE Workshop on Forensic Economics in Competition Law Enforcement, March 17, 2006.
“Economic Issues in Antitrust—2004-2005.″ Antitrust Review of the Americas 2006.Global Competition Review (with Susan Henley Manning and Gauri Prakash-Canjels).
“Multijurisdictional Merger Control: Relevant Economic Evidence.” 2005 Handbook of Competition Economists. Global Competition Review (with Susan H. Manning).
“Predatory Pricing.” In GCLC Research Papers on Article 82 EC. Global Competition Law Centre, College of Europe, Bruges. July 2005 (with G. Goeteyn, S. Mavroghenis, M. Piergiovanni, and D. Ridyard).