Robert Kulick NERA


Dr. Robert Kulick is an Associate Director who specializes in the economic analysis of competition, regulatory, intellectual property, and labor and employment issues. He has extensive experience advising clients involved in complex litigation, merger reviews, regulatory proceedings, and high-stakes public policy debates. Much of his work focuses on innovative industries and the high-tech sector, and he is a member of NERA’s Communications, Media, and Internet Practice. Dr. Kulick has assisted clients in merger reviews at the Department of Justice, the Federal Communications Commission, and state public utility commissions. He has supported numerous clients involved in litigation, including conducting economic analysis for the merits, damages, and class certification phases of antitrust class action lawsuits. He also has substantial experience conducting economic analyses of the public interest and domestic industry in the context of Section 337 investigations at the International Trade Commission. In labor and employment matters, Dr. Kulick has developed particular expertise in using econometric analysis to evaluate the effects of technological innovation, entrepreneurship, entry of new firms, and competition on labor market outcomes, including employment, wages, and productivity. Dr. Kulick is also an Adjunct Professor at George Mason University Law School and his academic research on mergers, competition policy, telecommunications policy, class certification, entrepreneurship, and labor markets is widely cited. His work on net neutrality has been cited favorably by the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit, and he has contributed comments to the Federal Communications Commission on that issue. He has received numerous awards for his research on mergers, and has been invited to both the US Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission to discuss the relationship between efficiencies and price effects in consummated mergers. Dr. Kulick is recognized as an Emerging Leader by the Economic Club of Washington, DC.

2020 Awards


Nominee, 2020 Antitrust Writing Awards: Academic Awards, Mergers

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