Dr. Caves has prepared expert analyses, white papers, and testimony on behalf of corporate clients and law firms in a variety of industries, including cable, broadcasting, telecommunications, freight rail, healthcare, mobile wireless operators, Internet service providers, and pharmaceuticals. His academic and consulting work spans a variety of topics, including antitrust, applied econometrics, damages analysis, class certification, labor economics, merger simulation, net neutrality, public policy analysis, and vertical integration. His work has appeared in various popular and academic outlets, including Antitrust, The Antitrust Source, The Atlantic, Broadcasting & Cable, The Capitol Forum, Communications & Strategies, Competition Policy International, Econometrica, The Economist, The Economists’ Voice, Forbes, Information Economics & Policy, Journal of Competition Law & Economics, Labor Law Journal, Regulation, Research in Law & Economics, Review of Network Economics, and Telecommunications Policy.
Dr. Caves worked for the Federal Reserve Bank of New York before receiving his doctorate from the University of California at Los Angeles in 2005, specializing in applied econometrics and industrial organization. Prior to joining Economists Incorporated, he held positions at Deloitte & Touche, Criterion Economics, Empiris LLC, and Navigant Economics.