Mark Dwyer has been a professional economist for the past 23 years, spanning both academic and consulting experience in applied econometrics. For the last 13 years, Dr. Dwyer has served as an expert regarding the econometric measurement of damages and common impact, predominantly in class action antitrust cases. He has provided written and deposition testimony in state and federal courts. He has testified on behalf of plaintiffs in construction materials, natural gas contracts, packaging, electronic components and financial instruments:
* In Re: Domestic Drywall Antitrust Litigation
* In Re: Western States Wholesale Natural Gas Antitrust Litigation
* In Re: Kleen Products, LLC, et al. v. Packaging Corporation of America, et al.
* In Re: Static Random Access Memory (SRAM) Antitrust Litigation
* In Re: Natural Gas Commodities Litigation
Additionally, Dr. Dwyer has conducted econometric analyses of allegations in many other industries including software, pharmaceuticals, hospitals, crop seed, gasoline, cardiovascular services, instant messaging, and electronic payment systems.
Ph.D. in Economics, University of Rochester
M.A. in Economics, University of Rochester
M.A. in Finance, The Wharton School
B.A. in Physics, University of Pennsylvania
Econ One Research, Inc., 2001-2014, 2018-Present
Harris Economics Group, April 2008-Present
University of California, Los Angeles,