Daniel J. Greenfield

Economist
Division:
Antitrust I
Phone:
(202) 326-3421
Email Address:
dgreenfield@ftc.gov

Selected Publications

  • "The Impact of Passenger Mix on Load Factors in the Airline Industry," with James Dana, Review of Industrial Organization, 2018.
  • “Simulating a Homogenous Product Merger: A Case Study on Model Fit and Performance,” with Nicholas Kreisle and Mark Williams, Federal Trade Commission Bureau of Economics Working Paper, 2015.
  • "Guide to Merger Analysis using Difference-in-Differences," with John Kwoka, Mergers, Merger Control, and Remedies in the United States: A Retrospective Analysis, 2014.
  • "Competition and Service Quality: New evidence from the Airline Industry," Economics of Transportation, 2014.
  • "The Cost Structure of Regional Transmission Organizations," with John Kwoka, The Energy Journal, 2011.

Selected Presentations

  • "Mergers of Capacity-Constrained Firms," International Industrial Organization Conference. Indianapolis, Indiana (2018)
  • "Simulating a Homogeneous Product Merger: A Case Study on Model Fit and Performance," International Industrial Organization Conference. Philadelphia, PA (2016)
  • "The Impact of Passenger Mix and Competition on On-Time Performance in The Airline Industry," International Industrial Organization Conference. Washington, DC (2012)
  • "Competition and Service Quality: New Evidence from the Airline Industry," International Industrial Organization Conference. Boston, MA (2011)
  • "The Cost Structure of Regional Transmission Organizations," US Energy Policy in Transition. University of Florida (2010)

Education

Northeastern University
PhD Economics
2011
Colby College
BA Economics
2002

Fields of Interest

  • Industrial Organization
  • Antitrust
  • Petroleum

Professional Experience

Economist
Federal Trade Commission
2012-present

Full-time Lecturer
Northeastern University
2011-2012