Chairman Wheeler cites lack of suppliers of high speed Internet as a reason for Net Neutrality ruling. AACG Economist, Dr. Timothy Tardiff, provides evidence about how quickly new suppliers have entered the market to supply increasingly higher speed internet service. Dr. Tardiff’s article titled “Net Neutrality: Economic Evaluation of Market Developments” has been published in the Journal of Competition […]
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Dr. Timothy Tardiff’s paper, “Prices Based on Current Cost or Historical Cost: How Different Are They?,” was published in the Journal of Regulatory Economics (Volume 47, Issue 2, April 2015, pp. 201-217). This paper focuses on pricing based on current costs versus pricing based on historical costs and the impact of the differing methods in […]
AACG Telecom Expert, Dr. Timothy Tardiff, discussed the paper “Collaborate or Consolidate: Assessing the Competitive Effects of Production Joint Ventures,” by Nicolas Aguelakakis of Washington University and Federal Communications Commission economist Aleksandr Yankelevich at the Annual Meeting of the American Economic Association at a session entitled “Pricing and Resource Allocation in Telecommunications”. Dr. Tardiff’s discussion […]
AACG Principal Dr. Timothy Tardiff’s article titled ‘REREGULATION OR BETTER DEREGULATION?: ECONOMIC EVALUATION OF RECENT FCC COMPETITION ACTIONS’ has been published in the Journal of Competition Law and Economics. This article presents a framework for evaluating telecommunications competition policies and applies that framework to the FCC’s recent decisions. Read More: Complete Article
AACG Telecom Expert, Dr. Timothy Tardiff, presented at the New England Chapter of the Federal Communications Bar Association (FCBA) at a program entitled “Deregulation – How’s It Going?”. Dr. Tardiff’s presentation discussed the evolving telecommunications landscape. He highlighted various data points showing strong trends at both state and federal levels favoring movement away from regulated […]
Professor Lester Taylor, an AACG affiliate, has published a new book that investigates the trade-offs that consumers make between 14 broad categories of consumption, such as housing, food, transportation, entertainment and education, among others. This research uses more than a decade of income and expenditure data collected in consumer expenditure surveys (conducted quarterly by the […]
In the District, six firms took turns winning tax liens on properties worth $540 million. The odds that their irregular bidding pattern was a coincidence? An AACG team of economists led by Dr. Daniel Levy performed analyses to determine how often bidders deviated from their expected bidding. They found that six tax lien companies stood […]
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Advanced Analytical Consulting Group’s (“AACG”) Senior Economist Audrius Girnius’ article has been published in Employment Law 360. The lack of specificity in the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs’ new compensation guidelines may be frustrating to federal contractors, but the upside may be that the OFCCP will now try to accurately model the contractor’s compensation […]