Dr. McCluer has over fifteen years of experience in the application of economic concepts in the context of antitrust, intellectual property and securities cases. He has worked on health care issues encompassing hospital mergers, markets for physician services and insurance claims. He has analyzed markets such as electrical energy, insurance allocation, computer software, crude oil, glass products, industrial diamonds, telecommunications equipment, exhaustible resources and others. He has testified in California state court on matters related to the prediction of reserves for the state workman’s compensation insurance fund. He has taught undergraduate economics at Boston University, Bates College as well as MBA-level economics classes at Babson College and Johns Hopkins University.
Ph.D., Economics, Boston University; MA, Economics, Boston University; BDIC, University of Massachusetts-Amherst.
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