He has also served as an expert witness on market definition, liability, and damages issues. Kosicki has worked extensively on the economics of cost pass-through and damages in indirect purchaser antitrust litigation.
His consulting experience spans a wide range of industries, including agriculture, health care and pharmaceuticals, airlines, and railroads.
He has been an expert witness in numerous class action and commercial cases, many of which drew extensively upon his quantitative marketing expertise.
His corporate consulting work focuses on the use of quantitative tools to improve marketing decision making.
Professor Levinsohn also has consulted to numerous foreign governments and international organizations.
In addition to industrial organization, Professor Levinsohn conducts research in applied econometrics, international economics, and development economics.
She has extensive experience in developing flexible damages models for real-time use in high-stakes negotiations. Pike has been instrumental in developing bespoke suspicious order monitoring programs; building internal analytical programs to assess the risk of theft or diversion; and assisting manufacturers, wholesalers, and pharmacies in responding to government investigations and/or lawsuits related to controlled substance distribution and dispensing.
She has managed a range of health care cases involving analysis of future lost profits; economic analysis of physician payment structures under capitation; studies of the cost effectiveness, budget impacts, and direct and indirect costs of illness associated with a variety of diseases; and pricing analyses for large multinational corporations across numerous industries. Pike has published numerous articles on related topics in health care economics and clinical journals. Kosicki specializes in applied microeconomics and has consulted in the areas of antitrust, mergers and acquisitions, agricultural economics, labor economics, corporate finance, and commercial damages, including business interruption insurance claims.
In 2003, Professor Hoffman and her research partner, Professor Tom Novak, received two recognitions by ISI Essential Science Indicators for their citation impact in the fields of economics and business.Ira and Nicki Harris Family Professor of Public Policy at the University of Michigan. Pike applies her expertise in health economics, statistics, and large administrative claims and transaction-level databases to help resolve complex litigation and strategic business questions in a variety of contexts, including matters involving the False Claims Act, Anti-Kickback Statute, and Controlled Substance Act.She has performed economic analyses and presented findings to US Attorney's Office investigators in numerous cases involving allegations of off-label promotion, kickback, and pricing issues. Pike also applies economic theory and empirical estimation methods in a variety of product liability, breach of contract, intellectual property, and transfer-pricing engagements.He specializes in federal securities matters and has worked on scores of securities fraud cases, including some of the largest cases ever filed. Crew has performed numerous analyses of stock and bond price behavior, including event studies, loss causation, damages assessment, and tests of market efficiency.He has also worked on matters involving complex financial securities and derivatives such as structured notes, options, currency derivatives, and mortgage-backed securities – where issues include valuation, risk assessment, and investment suitability.
He has served on the editorial boards of the American Economic Review , the Review of Economics and Statistics , the Journal of International Economics , and the Journal of Economic Literature .