On October 17, 2023, the 2nd Circuit of the Federal Court of Appeals made one of the most important decisions about pay discrimination since the Equal Pay Act was signed in 1963, the Eisenhauer V. Culinary Institute Of America decision (Decision), because it re-defined the factors that can explain pay differences among groups. The three […]
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AACG National Managing Director Dr. Daniel S. Levy’s article has been published in Law360. On Sept. 13, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission continued to expand its access to employer data for statistical analysis through a memorandum of understanding with the Wage and Hour Division of the U.S. Department of Labor, which describes the data-sharing […]
What did this year’s Nobel Prize in Economics say about the gender pay gap? The 2023 Nobel Prize in Economics was awarded to Dr. Claudia Goldin for research about women’s earnings and labor force participation. A major focus of her research is about the magnitude and causes of the Gender Pay Gap. Her research shows […]
AACG’s National Managing Director, Dr. Daniel S. Levy, served as damages expert in Arizona’s historic $85 million settlement with Google LLC for deceptively obtaining users’ location data to make billions of dollars in profit. Arizona’s Attorney General described the settled damages as “one of the biggest consumer fraud lawsuits in Arizona history, and the settlement […]
AACG research provides the first empirical analysis of the effect of no-poaching clauses in franchises on employee wages. Results show that no-poaching clauses do not reduce wages, and have little effect on the control of jobs by employers due to the large number of alternative jobs available to employees at other franchise branded restaurants, other […]
Based on the California Senate Bill SB-973, the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) requires private employers in California with over 99 employees nationwide to file wage data, similar to the EEO-1 Component 2, by March 31, 2021. California’s DFEH will keep your data for years with the intent of testing for pay […]
Competition Policy International’s Antitrust Chronicle recently published AACG Principal Timothy J. Tardiff’s article, Ex Ante Regulation of Digital Platforms?: Cautionary Tales from Telecommunications. The article observes that some proposals for increased economic regulation are similar to measures implemented during the United States telecommunication industry’s transition from predominantly a regulated landline monopoly providing traditional voice telephone services to one […]
Chief Investment Officer (CIO) Magazine recently published an article titled, De-risking Corporate Pension Plans Is Getting Tougher. This article discusses recent years’ progress toward fully funded portfolios, the trend toward de-risking pension assets, and the impact that today’s current market volatility may have on this recent advancement. AACG Principal, Dr. Constantijn (Stan) Panis, commented on […]
Competition Policy International’s Antitrust Chronicle recently published AACG’s article, Measurement of Market Concentration Faced by Labor Pools: Theory and Evidence from Fast Food Chains in Rhode Island with No-Poaching Clauses. AACG’s paper shows that the only empirical “evidence” for the widely-claimed anti-competitive effects of franchise no-poaching clauses was simply a calculation error by two Princeton […]
AACG has teamed with EquiCalc to provide advanced economic, statistical, programing, and consulting services in combination with the EquiCalc software to help companies respond to the increased pay equity reporting forms from the Department of Labor. EquiCalc offers two software platforms, EquityTest and EquityPath, to address the need for pay analysis, and data processing, before […]