He says he focuses on the economics of e-commerce and the internet, spent many years teaching at Stanford before Berkeley, and has studied antitrust economics as well. He’s also worked for eBay Research and Amazon for brief stints... and even Google, who retained him as an expert for a patent case in Canada and paid him to share some of his research.
We’re covering the trial live here:
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