Ted C. Rosenbaum

Economist
Division:
Antitrust II
Phone:
(202) 326-2275
Email Address:
trosenbaum@ftc.gov

Selected Publications

  • "A Semiparametric Discrete Choice Model: An Application to Hospital Mergers," with Devesh Raval and Steven Tenn, Economic Inquiry, Forthcoming.
  • "Using Disaster Induced Closures to Evaluate Discrete Choice Models of Hospital Demand," with Devesh Raval and Nathan Wilson, Working Paper, 2017.
  • "How Strong is Gravity? Using Hospital Choice to Separate Home Bias from Distance Costs​," with Devesh Raval, Working Paper, 2017. 
  • "Why Do Previous Choices Matter for Hospital Demand? Decomposing Switching Costs from Unobserved Preference," with Devesh Raval, Working Paper, 2017.
  • "How Does Steering Affect Patient Choice? Evidence from Florida Medicaid," with Devesh Raval, Working Paper, 2017.
  • "A Review of the Economic Literature on Cross-Market Healthcare Mergers," with Keith Brand, Working Paper, 2017
  • "Where Do Automotive Suppliers Locate and Why," Working Paper, 2013.

Selected Presentations

  • "How Strong is Gravity? Using Hospital Choice to Separate Home Bias from Distance Costs," Urban Economic Association Conference. Minneapolis, MN (2016)
  • "Payer Steering and Patient Welfare: Evidence from Medicaid," ASHEcon. Philadelphia, PA (2016)
  • "Industrial Reorganization: Learning About Substitution Patterns From Natural Experiments," American Economic Association. Boston, MA (2015)

Education

Yale University
PhD Economics
2013
Yale University
MA Economics
2008
University of Pennsylvania
BA Economics
2004

Fields of Interest

  • Industrial Organization
  • Urban Economics
  • Health Economics

Professional Experience

Economist
Federal Trade Commission
2006-present

Assistant Economist
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
2004-2006