Patrick J. DeGraba

Economist
Antitrust I
Phone:
(202) 326-2855
Email Address:
pdegraba@ftc.gov

Selected Publications

  • "Naked Exclusion by a Dominant Input Supplier," International Journal of Industrial Organization, forthcoming.
  • "The Loss Leader is a Turkey," International Journal of Industrial Organization, 2006.
  • "Central Office Bill and Keep as a Unified Inter-Carrier Compensation Regime," Yale Journal on Regulation, 2002.
  • "Downstream Integration by a Bottleneck Input Supplier Whose Regulated Wholesale Prices are Above Cost," with Gary Biglaiser, RAND Journal, 2001.
  • "Intertemporal Mixed Bundling, Buying Frenzies, and Seller Induced Excess Demand," with Rafi Mohammed, RAND Journal, 1999.
  • "Why Lever into a Zero Profit Industry," Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, 1996.
  • "Buying Frenzies and Seller Induced Excess Demand," RAND Journal, 1995.
  • "Characterizing Solutions to Supermodular Games," Economic Theory, 1995.
  • "Input Market Price Discrimination and the Choice of Technology," American Economic Review," 1990.
  • "The Effects of Price Discrimination on Competition Between National and Local Firms," RAND Journal, 1987.

Education

University of Pennsylvania
PhD Economics
1986
The Catholic University of America
MA Economics
1981
The Catholic University of America
BA Economics and Accounting
1980

Fields of Interest

  • Industrial Organization
  • Antitrust
  • Pricing
  • Vertical Contracting

Professional Experience

Chief Economist, Wireless Bureau
Federal Communications Commission
2010-2011

Principal
Charles River Associates
2000-2002

Deputy Chief Economist
Federal Communications Commission
1997-2000

Assistant Professor
Johnson Graduate School, Cornell University
1986-1993