Dr. Verlinda specializes in industrial organization, antitrust, econometrics, and statistics. He spent 8 years at the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice, where his casework focused on monopolization claims in the payments and electricity industries, criminal price fixing in air cargo and financial markets, and merger analysis in the consumer goods, airlines, entertainment, and electricity industries. In electricity markets, Dr. Verlinda has particular expertise in merger simulation, including incorporation of system dispatch accounting for transmission grid characteristics.
Benefits and Costs of Integration in Transmission/Transportation Networks: An Application to Eastern Australia Gas Markets
August 1, 2016
Prepared for APA Group
The report authored by Brattle economists on behalf of APA Group reviews integration in APA’s pipeline operations in Eastern Australia since the acquisition of Epic Energy in December 2012, and identifies the economic costs and benefits associated with integration.
Canadian Wireless Market Performance and the Potential Effect of an Additional Nationwide Carrier
May 12, 2014
Prepared for The Competition Bureau, Government of Canada
Do Rockets Rise Faster and Feathers Fall Slower in an Atmosphere of Local Market Power? Evidence from the Retail Gasoline Market
Published in The Journal of Industrial Economics, Vol. 56, No. 3
A Comparison of Two Common Approaches for Estimating Marginal Effects in Binary Choice Models
Published in Applied Economics Letters, Vol. 13, No. 2/10
A Bayesian Analysis of Tree Structure Specification in Nested Logit Models
Published in Economics Letters, Vol. 87, No. 1
In his spare time, Jeremy enjoys a number of outdoor activities, including hiking, trekking, rock climbing, and mountaineering. He can frequently be found on evenings and weekends training for the next big adventure at the local climbing gyms and crags surrounding the Washington area.
University of California, Irvine, Ph.D. in Economics