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David Monk

Associate Director

Contact

White Plains, NY
Tel: +1 914 448 4001
Fax: +1 914 448 4040

Email: david.monk@nera.com
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Education

MS in statistical sciences, George Mason University
BS in business administration, cum laude, University of Delaware (concentration in finance; minor in economics)

Experience

Mr. Monk earned his BS, cum laude, in business administration with a concentration in finance and a minor in economics from the University of Delaware. He later earned his MS in statistical sciences with a concentration in applied statistics from George Mason University.

At NERA, Mr. Monk has conducted economic research and analysis primarily in the areas of antitrust, contract disputes, and the measurement of damages. While his experience covers all aspects of the analysis of competitive effects, he has particular expertise in the economic and statistical analysis of large volumes of business data. He has organized and managed numerous complex econometric studies and has a great deal of experience working with corporate and industry personnel to ensure the quality and completeness of data being analyzed. He has presented his work to the US Federal Trade Commission and Department of Justice and has submitted expert testimony in New York State Court.

Over the past ten years, Mr. Monk has focused much of his work on the health care industry. He developed a model to analyze patient origin data to help identify relevant geographic markets in the health care industry. Mr. Monk has also analyzed a variety of other health care issues concerning pharmaceuticals, health insurance, hospital services, physician privileges, home health care services, rising medical costs, and medical equipment. In addition, he has analyzed mergers involving acute care hospitals, physician groups, long-term care hospitals, medical diagnostic equipment manufacturers, and health insurers.

Mr. Monk's experience extends to many other industries as well. He has analyzed alleged price fixing in the areas of explosives, large plate glass, plumbing equipment, and paper products. He has also calculated commercial damages related to the computer industry, agricultural products, office equipment, loan servicing, and automobile distribution. In addition, he has conducted econometric analyses of competitive effects and market definition for parties in many industries, including decorative paper products, smokeless tobacco, railroads, and computer software.

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Antitrust and Patent Settlement Investigations Published Article By David Monk with former NERA Vice President Dr. Joseph Cook