Dr. Shireen Meer specializes in the application of economic analysis to litigation and consulting matters.
She has worked on a wide variety of matters, including antitrust, class actions, breach of contract, complex commercial disputes, intellectual property, and government investigations. She has conducted benchmarking analyses, assessed outsourcing viability of public services and has conducted comparative economic analyses of proposals for government clients. Her work has spanned industries such as healthcare, consumer products, metal refining products, banking, and pharmaceuticals.
Who’s Who Legal Competition recognized Dr. Meer as one of its “Future Leaders,” noting that Dr. Meer “is a widely respected name in applied economics relating to class actions, IP, and breach of contract claims.” Dr. Meer has taught undergraduate-level courses in micro- and macroeconomics and was managing editor of Managerial and Decision Economics, a peer-reviewed journal. She has published papers in academic journals and in professional publications. Her research on behavioral economics has been mentioned in trade press.
Dr. Meer has provided deposition testimony, authored expert reports, and submitted analyses in federal and state court. She has served in arbitration panels as a public arbitrator for the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). Dr. Meer is an active member of several professional associations. She received her PhD and MA in economics from Emory University.
Senior associate economist
2009 – 2013
Analysis Group, Inc.
2007 – 2009
Managerial and Decision Economics journal
2005 – 2007
2005 – 2007
American Economic Association
American Bar Association
Women’s Council on Energy and the Environment
Financial Industry Regulatory Authority
Areas of Expertise
Lahore University of Management Sciences
Who’s Who Legal: Competition Future Leaders, Economists 2020
“Shireen Meer excels in economic analysis, producing standout work for a variety of competition matters across a broad range of industries.”
Emory Doctoral Fellowship, 2002-2005
Emory University Summer Grant
Mannheim Empirical Research Summer School, 2006