Juan Riveros is a Senior Economist with Econ One Research, Inc. in Washington, DC and a member of the firm’s International Arbitration practice. He has graduate degrees in economics and financial engineering from the University of Michigan. Dr. Riveros has over 15 years of consulting experience in business valuation, financial analysis, the calculation of economic damages arising in a variety of litigation contexts, the development of econometric and statistical models to measure injury and the quantum of damages, and the analysis of economic issues related to class certification in antitrust cases.
Dr. Riveros has provided expert testimony in Federal and State Courts in the United States, Superior Court of Justice in Canada, and international arbitration matters before arbitral tribunals constituted under the rules of the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (“ICSID”). He has worked on numerous antitrust cases in a wide variety of industries conducting analyses of market definition, market power, market structure, and the competitive impact of alleged restraints on competition.
Prior to rejoining Econ One Research, Dr. Riveros was a Principal Economist with Nathan Associates. Earlier, he was an Associate with Banco Santander, where he provided advisory services to large corporations and governments in Latin America focusing on mergers and acquisitions, fixed income, and equity transactions. Dr. Riveros is a Professorial Lecturer in the Department of Economics at the George Washington University.
Senior Economist, Econ One, 2016 – Present
Principal Economist, Nathan Associates Inc., 2013-2016
Senior Economist, Advanced Analytical Consulting Group, Inc., 2011-2013
Professorial Lecturer in Economics, The George Washington University, 2010-present
Economist, Econ One, 2010-2011
Managing Economist, Nathan Associates Inc., 2003-2010.
Associate, Banco Santander, 2000-2002
Research Associate – Graduate Student Instructor, University of Michigan, 1995-1999
Financial Analyst, Procter & Gamble, 1993
Superior Court of Justice, Canada