Rebbecca Reed-Arthurs performs quantitative and qualitative analysis of economic damages and evaluates the impact of regulatory and taxation policies in commercial, public policy, and litigation contexts. She has experience with a wide variety of econometric and statistical estimation strategies and specializes in the identification of causal effects through natural and planned experiments.
Dr. Reed-Arthurs holds a Ph.D. and M.A. in economics from the University of California, Davis. Prior to pursuing her graduate degree, Dr. Reed-Arthurs was an analyst at a national consulting firm where she participated in the intellectual property and antitrust practices. She calculated economic damages in cases involving patent and trademark infringement, breach of contract, and antitrust violations and valued ongoing business entities, intellectual property, and other illiquid assets.
Dr. Reed-Arthurs has experience in a variety of fields including semiconductor technology, telecommunications systems, mobile phone technology, crude oil and natural gas transportation, hotel/hospitality markets, structured finance products, local and international tax policy, and health and automobile insurance regulation. Ms. Reed-Arthurs has provided expert reports and deposition testimony on intellectual property damages in a matter in federal district court.
University of California, Davis Ph.D., Economics, 2012 Fields: Industrial Organization and Public Sector Economics M.A., Economics, 2007
University of California, Berkeley B.A., Economics and Political Science, 2003 (high honors)
Berkeley Research Group, LLC Independent consultant 2010
University of California, Davis Teaching assistant and research assistant 2006 - 2011