Armen Markosyan is a Senior Economist specializing in econometrics, industrial organization, statistical analysis, and consumer choice modeling. He is experienced in applying economic theory, complex data, and quantitative methods to questions related to antitrust, employment, and consumer litigation.
Dr. Markosyan’s work has focused primarily on the analysis of anticompetitive conduct and damages in various matters. Representative antitrust cases include the TFT-LCD DPP class action, the High-Tech Employees class action, and the CRT DPP Class Action. His experience in employment includes analysis of injury for gender discrimination and wage and hour litigation. Dr. Markosyan also has conducted analyses in false advertising and other commercial litigation. In addition, he has conducted surveys and analyzed survey data.
Dr. Markosyan’s engagements span numerous industries including consumer electronics, food products, software, high-tech, financial services, energy, and health care. He has presented his academic work at professional meetings, published and refereed articles in academic and professional journals, and engaged in testifying roles.
Ph.D. in Economics, Washington State University
M.S. Statistics, Washington State University
B.S. Economics and Management, Armenian State Agrarian University
Econ One, 2008 – Present