Rebecca Scott is a manager with Analysis Group in Boston. Dr. Scott specializes in the application of economics and statistics to complex litigation and non-litigation matters in the areas of labor and employment, antitrust and competition, and commercial disputes. In her recent work in labor and employment, Dr. Scott has examined class certification issues and calculated damages in cases involving allegations of no-poach agreements. In the area of antitrust, she has analyzed class certification and liability issues and assessed overcharge and damages models in the technology, telecommunications, and pharmaceutical industries. Dr. Scott’s work on discrimination issues includes the analysis of racial and ethnic bias in police encounters with the public. Her writing on employment and competition issues has appeared in Law360 and Joint Conduct & Cartel Review, and her academic research on consumer habit formation and gasoline consumption has been published in Energy Economics and Energy. Prior to joining Analysis Group, Dr. Scott was a fellow at the University of Oxford, where she taught econometrics and microeconomics and conducted research in applied microeconomics.
Antitrust in Labor Markets: Insights from the FTC Hearings on Competition and Consumer Protection in the 21st CenturyJee-Yeon Lehmann, Liz Neyens, Rebecca Scott and Timea Laura Molnar, Originally published in the Cartel & Joint Conduct Review Newsletter of the ABA Section of Antitrust Law Joint Conduct Committee - Volume 14, No. 2 Winter 2019