Samuel Haltenhof provides economic and financial analysis and expert support in all phases of commercial litigation. Dr. Haltenhof has experience across a range of industries and practices, notably consumer fraud and product liability, antitrust, mergers, and advertising. He has developed econometric models to evaluate proprietary big data, including in the context of conjoint analysis.
Selected industry experience
- Airlines, automobiles, life sciences, and telecommunications.
Academic research and presentations
- “Real Exchange Rates, Income per Capita, and Sectorial Input Shares,” with Javier Cravino, Review of Economics and Statistics 102, no. 1 (2020).
- “The Credit Crunch and Fall in Employment during the Great Recession,” with Seung Lee and Viktors Stebunovs, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 43 (2014).
- University of Michigan
- Federal Reserve Board of Governors