Jeffrey Dubin is an expert on damages in intellectual property, antitrust, mergers, and other matters involving econometric, statistical, sampling, and survey analysis. He has extensive experience providing testimony before courts and regulatory bodies, including U.S. district courts, the U.S. Tax Court, the U.S. Surface Transportation Board, state utilities and transportation commissions, and state superior courts. Professor Dubin has testified at trial and depositions.
His research focuses on microeconomic modeling. Professor Dubin’s current work concerns energy economics, sampling and survey methods, the valuation of intangible assets, and tax compliance.
He has written five books and has authored many articles on econometric and statistical analysis on a variety of topics, including consumer choice, energy markets, and tax avoidance. Professor Dubin has received the Econometric Society’s prestigious Frisch Medal for coauthoring the best applied paper published in the previous two years in the journal Econometrica.
He has taught courses on applied economics, antitrust, and competition. Prior to becoming an adjunct professor at USC, he was a tenured professor of economics at the California Institute of Technology, where he taught for twenty-five years.