Dr. Yijia (Isabelle) Wang
tel: +1 914 448 4057
fax: +1 914 448 4040
PhD in economics, New York University
MA and BA, summa cum laude,in economics, Peking University, China
Dr. Wang is a Senior Consultant in NERA's Antitrust and Intellectual Property Practices. She specializes in the analysis of competitive effects of mergers, anticompetitive behaviors, damage estimation, and evaluation of commercial success. Her expertise includes applying economics theory, statistics, and complex econometrics tools to economic issues at hand.
Dr. Wang has analyzed competitive issues in a variety of industries, including tax preparation products, bread, pharmaceutical, chemical, billboard advertising, e-commerce software, movie theaters, credit card, beauty products, alcohol beverages, health care equipment, telecommunications, and personal hygiene products.
Dr. Wang has published research at various venues, including peer-reviewed journals. In particular, her article on critical loss analysis in differentiated product markets has appeared in Journal of Competition Law and Economics. Her article about the competitive effects of vertical mergers was published in the Economics Committee Newsletter of American Bar Association (ABA) Section of Antitrust Law. Dr. Wang has also published on matters related to China's antitrust issues. Her article on the recent developments in antitrust enforcement and litigation in China involving resale price maintenance appeared in Competition Law360.
Dr. Wang received her PhD in economics from New York University and her MA and BA, summa cum laude, in economics from Peking University in China. She taught microeconomics at Boston University and graduate-level statistics and econometrics at New York University.
Chinese - Mandarin