Alejandro Silva specializes in quantitative analysis in antitrust cases, specifically, analyzing alleged anticompetitive conduct resulting from price fixing, bundling, and exclusionary rebates. His experience includes the development and implementation of economic and statistical models to assess damages and common impact, as well as the management and analysis of complex databases. His work spans a variety of industries including residential insulation, credit cards, and computer software. Mr. Silva also has experience in oil and gas matters, for which he has assessed lost royalties, calculated and analyzed damages from alleged false reporting of spot prices and transfer pricing, and valued energy contracts.
Prior to joining Econ One, Mr. Silva developed economic and optimization models to maximize vehicle resale value at auto auctions and to efficiently plan manufacturers’ vehicle promotions.
M.B.A. in Finance (Honors), Anderson School of Management, University of California, Los Angeles
B.S. in Mathematics/Economics, University of California, Los Angeles
Econ One, January 2006 – Present
J.D Power & Associates, 2002 – 2005