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Garrett Glasgow's primary expertise is in consumer protection and environmental economics. He has testified as an expert witness and consulted on a wide variety of cases related to consumer protection, antitrust, the environment, and intellectual property. He is an expert in econometric techniques, as well as survey methods such as conjoint analysis.


In the area of consumer protection, Dr. Glasgow has assisted clients on product defect, product mislabeling, and voting rights cases. He frequently publishes and speaks on the topic of privacy protection from an economic perspective and has consulted on cases related to privacy violations and the unauthorized sharing of personal information. He has also helped clients on antitrust cases related to price fixing allegations and the competitive effects of corporate mergers, as well as intellectual property cases related to patent infringement.

In the field of environmental economics, Dr. Glasgow has guided clients on damages to natural resources, most notably an analysis of damages from lost recreation opportunities resulting from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. He has also provided pollutant health risk assessments for a variety of clients, writing peer-reviewed articles and submitting technical comments to proposed changes to the National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS). 

Prior to joining NERA, Dr. Glasgow was an Associate Professor of political science at the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB), where he taught econometrics and other research methods at both the undergraduate and graduate level. His research is regularly published in peer-reviewed journals in the fields of economics, environmental policy, political science, and epidemiology.


  • PhD in political economy, California Institute of Technology
  • MA in political economy, California Institute of Technology
  • BA, cum laude, in political science and economics, University of California, Los Angeles