Dr. Ron Miller
tel: +1 212 345 3141
fax: +1 212 345 4650
PhD and MA in economics, Princeton University
BS in mathematics and economics, University of Toronto
Dr. Miller has testified in deposition and at trial on matters including corporate valuation, consumer credit, business processes, and materiality of corporate statements. He provides litigation support in the areas of securities, product liability, complex commercial damages, and antitrust. He has worked on securities class actions, forecasts of asbestos liabilities, liability arising from groundwater contamination, product liability forecasting, merger-related litigation, valuation, mutual fund trading and fees, and the economic substance of transactions for tax purposes. He has published research on the economic and statistical properties of securities litigation and issues related to the recent credit crisis.
Before joining NERA, Dr. Miller was an Assistant Professor of Economics at Columbia University and taught courses at Princeton University. He currently serves as an adjunct professor at New York University. He also organized and led courses for economics professionals at the United Nations and in Eastern Europe. His particular expertise resides in applied and theoretical econometric modeling and financial economics, as well as probability theory and game theory.
Dr. Miller's research has appeared in The American Economic Review, Games and Economic Behavior, The Journal of Economic History, and The Corporate Compliance and Regulatory Newsletter.