Podcast by Econ One Research, Inc.
Episode #20- A look at misleading advertising and hedonic regression.
We welcome back Dr. D.C. Sharp and he sits down with our host to discuss misleading advertising and hedonic regression. Dr. Sharp gives us some insight into a misleading advertising case he worked on and how he used hedonic regression to calculate the price premium attributable to a product claim.
Episode #19- A look at making economics more approachable in litigation.
Join Dr. Eric Forister as he discusses making economic expert work approachable in litigation. He uses real-world examples to demonstrate how economists can take their work and make it more relatable to their audience.
Episode #18- A look at indirect purchaser cases and the increasing challenges economists face.
Join Managing Director, Phillip Johnson, as he discusses indirect purchaser cases and the increasing challenges economists face in such suits.
Episode #17- A look at working with survey data.
Join Dr. Brian Krielger as he talks about data collected from surveys and how he uses survey data in his work as an expert.
Episode #16- A look at the power of data visualizations and tips on how to make them more effective.
Join Sr. Economist- Michael Trousdale as he discusses the power of well-crafted data visualizations in economic consulting.
Episode #15- Is Antitrust up for the challenge of taking on Amazon?
Join Dr. Hal Singer as he discusses his Forbes.com article: How To Stop Amazon From Swallowing The Internet: https://www.forbes.com/sites/washingtonbytes/2019/01/28/how-to-stop-amazon-from-swallowing-the-internet/#e6bc33336645
Thanks for breaking down the sometimes complicated world of economic experts.