Kate Maxwell Koegel provides economic and financial analysis and expert support in all phases of commercial litigation. Dr. Maxwell has a range of experience in matters involving antitrust, online platforms, and high-skill labor markets. Her expertise includes statistical economic methods such as nonlinear models and causal identification tools.
Academic research and presentations
- “The Role of Parental Wealth and Income in Financing Children’s College Attendance and Its Consequences,” with Joseph Hotz, Emily Wiemers, and Joshua Rasmussen, Journal of Human Resources, September 2021.
- “The Role of Parental Wealth and Income in Financing Children’s College Attendance and Its Consequences,” Southern Economics Association Conference, 2017, Tampa, FL.
- “Founder Mobility: Analyzing Movements of Inc. 500 Founders across Regions and Metropolitan Areas,” American Association of Geographers Meetings, 2013, Los Angeles, CA.
- “DIY Producer Society,” with Dane Stangler, Innovations, 2012.
Honors and awards
- Kauffman Dissertation Fellowship
- National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship
- Mergers and Acquisitions Committee, American Bar Association Section of Antitrust Law
- Duke University
- Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation
Antitrust Economics at a Time of Upheaval: Recent Competition Policy Cases on Two Continents
Recent Advances in Economic Methodology for Coordinated Effects