Federal Trade Commission
Daniel Hosken is the Deputy Assistant Director for the Office of Applied Research and Outreach in the Federal Trade Commission's Bureau of Economics. His research has focused on the empirical analysis of competition issues including retail pricing in food and gasoline markets and the measurement of price effects resulting from consummated mergers. He has also participated in many merger investigations and litigations, including FTC vs. Staples/Office Depot, FTC vs. Swedish Match/National Tobacco, and FTC vs. Aloha Petroleum. He received a Ph.D. (1995) from Cornell University and a B.A. (1990) from Oberlin College.
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