Robert Lanzillotti, Ph.D.
robert.lanzillotti@infotechfl.com
352-381-4400

2970 SW 50th Terrace
Gainesville, Florida 32608

Education
B.A., American University - Economics
M.A., America University - Economics
Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley - Economic

Infotech Consulting is honored to have Dr. Robert Lanzillotti as an Associate Consultant. Dr. Lanzillotti’s career spans six decades and has placed him in the highest esteem as an expert consultant, scholar and educator.

Dr. Lanzillotti has served as an economic consultant on antitrust and regulatory matters to many major U.S. corporations, including Alcoa, Anheuser-Busch, Armstrong Cork, Bethlehem Steel, CSX Corp., Gulf Oil, General Motors, General Electric, W. R. Grace, International Materials Corp., Hughes Helicopters, Jaguar Motor Company, Toyota Motor Corp., and Imperial Chemicals, Inc.

President Nixon appointed him to the U.S. Price Commission in 1971. He also has consulted for a number of U.S. and foreign governmental entities, including the United Arab Emirates, the U.S. Government Accounting Office, the Comptroller General, the U.S. Department of Commerce, and the U.S. Census Bureau.

Dr. Lanzillotti is the Dean Emeritus of the College of Business Administration at the University of Florida, Eminent Scholar Chair in American Economic Institutions, and Emeritus and Director of the Public Policy Research Center. He has served as consultant to several Florida Governors in numerous roles, including Chairman of Governor Askew’s economic advisory board, Chairman of Governor Graham’s Unitary Tax Study Commission, member of the advisory boards of the U.S. Comptroller of the Currency and the Secretary of Commerce, and consultant to the U.S. Attorney General and the Federal Trade Commission on antitrust matters. He has served as economic consultant to more than a dozen state attorneys general on antitrust matters. He has testified on matters of national economic policy before U.S. Senate and House committees, has served as director of many financial institutions and industrial companies, was a NATO research fellow, and has authored numerous books and articles.

During his career, Dr. Lanzillotti has held several positions in the academic field. He was the Dean of the University of Florida Graduate School of Business from 1969 to 1986. He was adjunct professor of Economics at Cornell University, Professor and Chairman of the Economics Department at Michigan State University, Professor of Economics at Washington State University, and held a fellowship in Economic Statistics at the University of California at Berkeley.

Dr. Lanzillotti has published more than 75 articles in peer reviewed economic and law journals, as well as more than one dozen books and sections of books on economics and regulatory topics. He has served as reviewer for the National Science Foundation and the editors of a number of economics and law journals. Dr. Lanzillotti served as member of the U.S. Price Commission (by Presidential Appointment) from 1971-73.

Dr. Lanzillotti holds honorary degrees from the University of Tampa and Florida Institute of Technology. He is Past President of the International Schumpeter Society and is a member of the Antitrust Committee of the American Bar Association. He was an honorary member of the Florida Council of 100 from 1973 to 1996, and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Beta Gamma Sigma, Omnicron Delta Kappa, and Florida Blue Key (Distinguished Faculty).

Dr. Lanzillotti held directorships in a number of U.S. Corporations, including the Jim Walter Corporation, C & S Florida Bank Corp., Florida Progress Corp., Florida Power Corp., First City Bank of Gainesville, Bank at Ormond Beach, Catalina Corp., Kangaroo Products Co., and Florida First Service Corp. He currently is a member of the board of the Southeast Tissue Bank and the University of Florida Foundation.

Dr. Lanzillotti served in the United States Navy for two years and retired with the rank of Lieutenant Commander. He earned two Bronze Stars and served in European and Pacific theaters. He attended Dartmouth College, holds a Doctorate from the University of California at Berkeley, and a Bachelor of Arts and a Master of Arts in Economics from American University.

Book and Chapters in Books

The Spokane Wholesale Market: An Economic Analysis, Washington State University Press (1952) with R. D. Tousley.

The Hard-Surface Floor Covering Industry: A Case Study of Market Structure and Competitive Behavior in Oligopoly, Washington State University Press (1955).

Pricing in Big Business, Brookings Institution (1958) with J. B. Dirlam and A. D. H. Kaplan.

“The Aluminum Industry,” Structure of American Industry, Macmillan (1961).

Pricing, Production and Marketing Policies of Small Manufacturers, Washington State University Press (1964).

Banking Structure in Michigan 1945-63 (1966).

New Approaches to Student Financial Aid, Report of the Panel on Student Financial Need Analysis, Allan M. Carter, Chairman (member of panel preparing report), New York: College Entrance Examination Board (1961).

“The Economics of the Automobile Industry,” Structure of American Industry, W. Adams, Ed., New York: Macmillan (1971), pp. 256-301.

“Some Lessons from the U.S. Controls Experiment,” Analysis of Inflation, Paul H. Earl, Ed., Lexington, Massachusetts: Lexington Books, D. C. Heath and Company (1975), pp. 187-195.

Phase II in Review: The Price Commission Experience, Brookings Institution (1975).

“Industrial Structure and Price/Wage Controls: The U.S. Experience,” Markets, Corporate Behavior and the State, A. P. Jacquemin and H. W. Dejong, Eds., Martinus Nijhoff: The Hague (1976), pp. 324-349.

Economic effects of Government-Mandated Costs on American Industry, University of Florida Press (1979), pp. 1-222.

The Conglomerate Corporation: An Antitrust Law and Economics Symposium, Eds. R. D. Blair & R. F. Lanzillotti, Oelgeschlager, Gunn & Hain Publishing, Incorporated, Cambridge, Massachusetts, (1981), pp. 1-374.

Management Under Government Intervention: The View from Mt. Scopus. Co-editor, Greenwich, Connecticut: JAI Press (1984).

Report of Florida Unitary Tax Study Commission, March 1984.

Articles and Other Publications

“Price Leadership Models and Market Equilibrium,” Proceedings, Western Economic Association, 1954, pp. 57-62.

“Multiple Products and Oligopoly Strategy,” Quarterly Journal of Economics, Vol. LXVIII, August 1954, pp. 461-474.

“Value of the American Patent System – Comment,” Proceedings, The Patent, Trade-Mark and Copyright Journal of Research and Education, Vol. 1, 1957.

“Competitive Price Leadership: A Critique of Price Leadership Models,” Review of Economics and Statistics, February 1957. Reprinted in Brookings Institution, Reprint Series, No. 16, April 16, 1957.

“Some Characteristics and Economic Effects of Pricing Objectives in Large Corporations,” The Relationship of Prices to Economic Stability and Growth: Compendium of Papers Submitted by Panelists Appearing Before the Joint Economic Committee of United States Congress, 85th Cong., 2nd Sess., March 31, 1958.

“Private pricing policies: Their formulation and effects,” Relationship of Prices to Economic Stability and Growth: Hearings Before the Joint Economic Committee, Congress of the United States, 85th Cong., 2nd Sess., Pursuant to Sec. 5(a) of Public Law 304 (79th Congress), May 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 19, 20, 21, and 22, 1958.

“Pricing Objectives in Large Companies,” American Economic Review, December, 1958, pp. 921-940.

Employment, Growth, and Price Levels: Hearings Before the Joint Economic Committee, Congress of the United States, Pursuant to S. Con. Res. 13, Part 7—The Effects of Monopolistic and Quasi-Monopolistic Practices, 86th Cong., 1st Sess., September 22, 23, 24, and 25, 1959 (prepared statement of Robert F. Lanzillotti, State College of Washington).

“Pricing Objectives in Large Companies: Reply,” American Economic Review, September, 1959, pp. 679-687.

“Administered Prices,” Challenge Magazine, January 1960.

“The Superior Market Power of Food Processing and Agricultural Supply Firms—Its Relation to the Farm Problem,” Journal of Farm Economics, December 1960, pp. 1228-1248.

“Market Power and Monopoly,” Challenge Magazine, Vol. 10, No. 3, December 1961, pp. 31-34.

State of the Economy and Policies for Full Employment: Hearings Before the Joint Economic Committee, Congress of the United States, Pursuant to Sec. 5(a) of Public Law 304 (79th Congress), 87th Cong., 2nd Sess., August 7-10, 10-17,20,21, and 22, 1962 (prepared statement of Robert F. Lanzillotti, Professor and Chairman, Department of Economics, Michigan State University).

“Pricing of Chemical Products,” Chemical Marketing and Economics, American Chemical Society, 1962.

“Market Structure and Antitrust Vulnerability,” The Climate of Antitrust, National Industrial Conference Board, New York, 1963. Reprinted in The Antitrust Bulletin, Vol. VIII, Nos. 5-6, September-December 1963.

“The Reality of Administered Prices,” Administered Prices: A Compendium on Public Policy, Subcommittee on Antitrust and Monopoly of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, 88th Cong., 1st Sess., Pursuant to S. Res. 56 (with Walter Adams), Washington, 1963.

“The Economic Impact of Government Sponsored Research and Development,” Economic Aspects of Government Patent Policies: Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Select Committee on Small Business, United States Senate, Impact of Government Patent Polices on Economic Growth, Scientific and Technological Progress, Competition, Monopoly, and Opportunities for Small Business, 88th Cong., 1st Sess., Washington, March 7, 8, 13, and 14, 1963.

“Industrial Concentration and the Objectives of the Full Employment Act of 1946”. The Antitrust Bulletin, Vol. VIII, No. 1, January-February 1963, pp. 133-142.

“Consistency in Public Economic Policy with Respect to Private Business-Comment,” American Economic Review, (Proceedings), May 1963.

“New Economic Issues in Merger Enforcement,” American Bar Association Section of Antitrust Law, Vol. 24, 1964, pp. 113-140.

“The Poverty Syndrome: A Critical Review,” Business Topics, Spring 1966.

“Le Politiche Dei Prezzi Delle Piccole Imprese Industriali,” L’Industrialista, Vol. IX, 1967.

“State Branching Restrictions and the Availability of Banking Services,” Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, (with Thomas R. Saving), November 1969, pp. 778-788.

“Subsidies,” Encyclopedia Britannica, 1970.

“Problems of Proof of Damages in Antitrust Suits,” The Antitrust Bulletin, Vol. XVI, No. 2, Summer 1971, pp. 329-349.

“Prices and Pricing Under the Antitrust Laws – Comment,”Antitrust Law Journal, Vol. 41, No. 1, pp. 28-34.

“Some Economic and Legal Aspects of the Pollution Problem – The Automobile: A Case in Point,” University of Florida Law Review, Vol. XXIV, No. 3, Spring 1972, pp. 399-409.

The 1973 Economic Report of the President: Hearings Before the Joint Economic Committee, 93rd Cong., 1st Sess., Part 2, February 13, 14, 20, 22, and 23, 1973.

“Automobile Pollution, Externalities and Public Policy,”Antitrust Bulletin, (with Roger Blair), Vol. XVIII, No. 3, Fall 1973, pp. 431-447.

“The Legacy of Phase II Price Controls,” “The American Economic Review (with Blaine Roberts), Vol. LXIV, No. 2, May 1974, pp. 82-87.

“Market Power and Inflation: A Short-Run Target Model – Comment,” Journal of Economic Issues, Vol. VIII, No. 2, June 1974, pp. 479-482.

“Competition in Public Accounting: Issues and Impact,” Georgia Journal of Accounting, Vol. I, Spring 1980, pp. 64-73.

Unitary Tax: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on International Economic Policy of the Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate, 98th Cong., 2nd Sess., September 20, 1984 (prepared statement of Robert F. Lanzillotti, Professor Economics and Dean, Graduate School of Business, University of Florida, former Chairman, Governor’s Unitary Tax Study Commission, State of Florida).

“Measuring Damage in Commercial Litigation: Present Value of Lost Opportunities,” (with A. K. Esquibel), Journal of Accounting, Auditing & Finance, Winter/Spring 1990.

“The Economic Effects of U.S. Orange Juice Custom Duty Drawbacks,” (with E. Dinopoulos), September 1994, publication pending.

“First and Second-Best Duty Drawbacks,” (with E. Dinopoulos and P. Thompson), May 1994, publication pending.

“The Great Milk Conspiracies of the 1980s,” Review of Industrial Organization,” Vol. II, August 1996, pp. 413-458.

“Coming to Terms With Daubert in Sherman Act Complaints: A Suggested Economic Approach,” publication forthcoming, Nebraska Law Review (1998).

Monographs

The Washington Tourist Survey: A Summary Report of Non-Resident Tourist Travel, 1947-52, Washington State University Press, 1952. A series of four surveys of tourism in the State of Washington. The 1949, 1950, and 1951 monographs are published under the title The Washington Tourist Survey.

Production and Marketing of Asphalt Tile, Washington State University Press, 1950.

Book Reviews

Merger Movements in American Industry, 1895 -1956, Ralph L. Nelson, Quarterly Review of Economics and Business, August 1960.

Marginal Aspects of Management Practices, Frederick N. Firestone, Journal of Business, October 1961, pp. 503-505.

Monopoly on Wheels, William Greenleaf, The Antitrust Bulletin, Vol. VI, Nos. 4-6, July-December 1961, pp. 655-658.

Economics and American Industry, Leonard W. Weiss, American Economic Review, March 1962, pp. 233-235.

The Mythmakers, Bernard Nossiter, American Economic Review, September 1964, pp. 767-770.

Factors Affecting Market Shares in the American Automobile Industry, Frederick Stuart (ed.), The Antitrust Bulletin, Vol. XII, Summer 1967.

Market Power and Economic Welfare: An Introduction, William G. Shepherd, The Journal of Economic Literature, Vol. X, No. 2, June 1972, pp. 497-498.

In Pursuit of Price Stability: The Wage-Price Freeze of 1971, Arnold R. Weber, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, Vol. VII., No. 1, February 1975.

The Delusion of Incomes Policy, Samuel Brittan and Peter Lilley, Journal of Economic Literature, Vol. XVI, No. 2, June 1978, pp. 615-617.

Lectures and Seminars

University of Washington

University of Oregon

University of California (Berkeley)

University of California (Santa Barbara)

Stanford University

University of Iowa

University of Michigan

Northwestern University

University of Minnesota

University of Colorado

Oklahoma State University

University of Texas (Austin)

Texas A & M University

Harvard University

Cornell University

Dartmouth College

Columbia University

Georgetown University

University of Kentucky

Tulane University

SUNY Buffalo

University of Rochester

Emory University

Florida State University

Georgia Institute of Technology

University of South Carolina

Eckerd College

Australian Graduate School of Management at New South Wales

University of Melbourne

National Association of Attorneys General Multistate Antitrust Task Force

University of Memphis, Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law

* Federal Trade Commission v. Sandura Company (Industry study for Defendant and Testimony before F.T.C. Hearing Examiner, 1959).

State of Washington, et al. v. General Electric, et al. (Director of industry price study for Plaintiff’s pre-trial consultations, etc., no deposition taken, 1961-63).

State of Michigan, et al. v. Brunswick, et al. (Director of price study for Plaintiff’s pre-trial and settlement consultations, no deposition taken, 1962).

* In the Matter of Application of Transamerica Company before the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (Survey of banking markets, bank holding companies and branch systems, and Testimony before F.R.B. Hearing Examiner on behalf of Transamerica , 1962).

U.S. v. Crocker-Anglo National Bank, Citizens National Bank and Transamerica Corporation (Consultant to Department of Justice on complaint and pre-trial consultations, no deposition taken, 1963).

* U.S. v. Marshall & Ilsay Bank Stock Corporation, Marshall and Ilsay Bank and Bank of Commerce (Survey of Milwaukee banking market, trial preparations, and Testimony on behalf of Department of Justice before Judge Tehan, Eastern District, Wisconsin., 1963).

U.S. v. General Motors Corporation, (Preparation of Affidavit containing economic relevance of divisional cost data for U.S. Department of Justice, Bus Case, 1963).

* Peoples Bank of Holland & First National Bank of Holland v. Commissioner of State Banking Department and Michigan Bank & Trust Company (Survey and analysis of Holland-Zeeland banking market, and Testimony at trial before Judge Solomon on behalf of Defendants, 1963).

* Frank J. Kelly, Atty. General, State of Michigan v. Michigan National Bank, Grand Ledge State Bank, and Loan & Deposit State Bank (Consultant to Attorney General, preparation of survey and economic analysis of Lansing-Grand Ledge banking markets, and Testimony at trial on behalf of Attorney General, 1964).

* Bank of Dearborn v. James J. Saxon, Comptroller of the Currency and Manufacturers National Bank of Detroit (Consultant to Plaintiff, survey and economic analysis of Detroit banking market, and Testimony before Judge Smith, Eastern District, Michigan, 1965).

International Aluminum Corporation v. Kaiser Steel (Consultant to Plaintiff in preparation of complaint, economic analysis of aluminum pricing of ingots through end fabricated products, 1965).

Michigan Public Service Commission v. Consumers Power. (Consultant to Consumers Power, preparation of study on economics of investment tax credit legislation, and Testimony before full Commission, 1965).

State of Michigan, et al. v. Morton Salt Company (Director of study of salt bids and prices for Plaintiffs settlement discussions, etc. No deposition taken, 1966).

* State of California, et al v. American Pipe & Construction Company et al. (Director of price study for Plaintiffs. Deposition taken, 1966-69).

State of California v. Pfizer, et al. (Consultant to Attorney General, State of California on price study and market analysis. No Deposition taken, 1969).

* In Re Michigan National Bank-Branch Application, Meridian Township, Ingham County, Michigan (Economic analysis of greater Lansing, Michigan banking market and Testimony before U.S. Comptroller of Currency, on behalf of Bank of Lansing, 1969).

* In Re First Michigan Bank and Trust Company – Application for branch, Georgetown Township, Ottawa County, Michigan (Economic analysis of Grand Rapids banking market and Testimony before State Banking Commissioner on behalf of applicant bank, 1970).

* In Re Meridian National Bank – Application for charter (Economic analysis East Lansing-Lansing-Meridian Township banking markets and Testimony before U.S. Comptroller of the Currency on behalf of Bank of Lansing and East Lansing State Bank, 1970).

U.S. v. 1st Orlando Corporation (Consultant to 1st Orlando-Bank Holding Company, 1970).

* Vendo Corp. v. Stoner & Stoner Investments (Economic consultant to Vendo Corporation. Deposition taken. Testimony at trial, District Court, Illinois, 1970-71).

S.G. Builders, Incorporated v. Maule Industries, Lehigh Cement, Rinker, et al. (Consultant to Defendants Maule, et al., participation in settlement discussions, 1971-72).

California et al. v. U.S. Pipe et al. (Cast-Iron Pipe Antiturst Cases) (Consultant to defendant companies U.S. Pipe, ACIPO, CLOW, Lonestar Steel, 1975-76).

* Golf City v. Wilson Sporting Goods, et al. (Consultant to Plaintiff, deposition taken, and testimony at trial. District Court, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1974-75).

* P.D.Q. Incorporated et al. v. Nissan Motors – Class action suits, (Consultant to Nissan Motors; deposition taken; no trial testimony, 1976).

* Channel Nine of Orlando v. INA Insurance Company (Consultant to Plaintiff, deposition taken and testimony, 1976).

* Southern General Builders v. Bethlehem Steel Corporation et al. (Consultant to Bethlehem Steel. No deposition taken). Trial pending.

* F.T.C. v. Jim Walter Corporation (Consultant to Jim Walter Corporation, testimony before Administrative Law Judge, 1975-76).

* Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission v. U.S. Pipe and Foundry Corp. (Consultant to U.S. Pipe; deposition, and testimony District Court, Birmingham, Alabama, 1976).

Congoleum v. Armstrong Cork (Consultation and price study for Defendant. No deposition taken, 1978).

P.S.C. v. Florida Power Corporation (Consultant to Defendant. No deposition taken, 1978-79).

* Tri-M v. Bethlehem Steel, et al. (Consultant to Bethlehem. Deposition taken; testimony before Judge McGovern, Western Dist., Washington, 1980-82).

Testimony during 1960’s before Michigan Public Service Commission on behalf of Consumers Power, and during 1970’s testimony before Florida Public Service Commission on behalf of Southern Bell, General Telephone, Gulf Power, Florida Telephone, and United Telephone.

Uranium Litigation (Westinghouse v. Rio Algon el al., Exxon v. Rio Algom et al., TVA v. Rio Algom et al.) (Consultant to Gulf Oil Corporation, 1980-84).

* Arizona Cement Litigation. (Various states and other entities vs. Portland General Cement, et al.) (Consultant to Portland General Cement. Deposition taken. Cases settled prior to trial, 1983-84).

Boast v. L.P. Morris Company (Consultant to L.P. Morris, 1985-86).

Helicopter Systems v. Hughes Helicopters (Consultant to Hughes 1985-86).

FTC Inquiry: In Re International Minerals & Chemicals (1986).

Isaly v. Kraft Foods (Consultant to Isaly Company, 1985-86).

* Jester v. Bic Corporation (Consultant to Jester Company, 1986).

* Figliulo v. General Motors (Consultant to General Motors, 1987).

Crossland Savings FSLA v. C.J. Morrison (Consultant to Crossland Savings, 1987).

Blanton Enterprises v. Burger King Corp. (Consultant to Blanton Enterprises, 1987).

Rosenfeld et al. v. Home Shopping Network (Consultant to Home Shopping Network, 1987).

W.R. Grace & Company v. USX Corp., (87-724-Civ) (Consultant to W. R. Grace, 1987-88).

* Castle et al. v. Sangamo Weston, (81-421-Div) (Consultant to Sangamo Weston, 1988-89).

* Advantage v. GTE Directories Corp., (82-968-Civ) (Consultant to GTE; Trial Testimony; 1988).

* Richard L. Walters v. Jaguar Motor Car Company Incorporated (83-23489 CB) (Consultant to Jaguar Motor Car Company, 1989-90).
State of Florida v. Southland Corp., et al. (88-0273-Civ) (Consultant to A.G. State of Florida, 1988-90).

Safekeeper Systems, Incorporated v. Safemark Corp. (89-0071-Civ) (Consultant to Safekeeper Systems, Incorporated, 1990).

Lawmen’s v. Smith and Wesson Company (Consultant to Lawmen’s, 1989-90).

* Ronald E. Duval v. Maas Bros. (88-2026-Civ) (Consultant to Maas Bros., 1989-90).

In re Eckerd Drugs Acquisition of Revco Stores (Sec. 7, Clayton Act Inquiry by U.S. Department of Justice) (Consultant to Eckerd Drugs, 1990).

King Provision Corp. v. Burger King Corp. et al. (Consultant to King Provision, 1990- 93).

Gormin v. Brown Forman Corp. (Consultant to Brown Forman, 1990).

State of Florida ex. rel. v. Jones Chemical, et al. (Consultant to A.G., State of Florida, 1990-92).

Albertson’s et al. v. Abbott Laboratories, et al. (Consultant to Albertson’s, 1991-93).

State of Florida ex. rel. v. Abbott Laboratories, et al. (91-40002) (Consultant to A.G., State of Florida, 1991-93).

State of Florida ex. rel. – Robert A. Butterworth v. Imperial Chemicals, Incorporated, et al. (Consultant to ICI November 1990-93).

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania v. John’s Mobile Home Service, Incorporated, et al. (Consultant for Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, August 1991 – present).

Irvin N. Gleim v. John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated (Consultant to Gleim, September 1991-94).

Commonwealth of Kentucky, Ex. Rel. F. Chris Gorman, Attorney General, for the use and benefit of Boone County School District et al. v. Louis Trauth Dairy, Inc., & H. Meyer Dairy, Co. (Consultant to plaintiff, Commonwealth of Kentucky, 1991-95).

Mike Martin et al. v. Toyota Motor Sales, USA, et al. (Consultant for Toyota Motor Sales, USA, 1992).

American Health Technologies v. Bethesda Memorial Hospital, et al., (Consultant to Defendant, Health Trust Hospital, Palms West Hospital and Palm Beach Regional Hospital, Southern District of Florida, 1992- 95).

Kay Chemical v. Ecolab, Incorporated, (Consultant to Defendant, Ecolab, Incorporated, Middle District, North Carolina, 1991-95).

* Garden v. Times Publishing and Tribune Company, (Consultant to Defendant, Times Publishing, Middle District, Florida 1992-93).

Thorn, EMI v. Micron Semiconductor (U.S. District Court, Delaware, 1993).

Commonwealth of Kentucky ex rel Gorman v. U.C. Milk Company, Inc., et al. (Consultant to plaintiff, Commonwealth of Kentucky, 1993-96).

City of Tuscaloosa et al. v. Harcros Chemicals, Inc. et al. (Consultant to State of Alabama, 1995 – present).

Florida Folder Service v. Motel-Hotel Association (Consultant to Defendant, Motel-Hotel Association, 1995).

Holmes Products v. Dana Lighting (Consultant to Defendant, Dana Lighting, 1995-96).

Browder v. Catalina Lighting (Consultant to Defendant, Catalina Lighting, 1996- ).

Catalina Lighting v. Hauser (Consultant to Plaintiff, Catalina Lighting, 1996- ).

Mitsubishi v. Coopers & Lybrand (consultant to Defendant, Coopers & Lybrand, 1995-96).

Maris Distributing Co. v. Anhauser-Busch Corp., (Consultant to Plaintiff, Maris Distributing Co., 1996- ).

Elden Electrical Exhibition Services v. Marriott International (Consultant to Defendant, Marriott International, 1997).

Westinghouse Electric and Catalina Lighting v. White Consolidated Industries, Electolux, et al. (Consultant to Plaintiff, Westinghouse and Catalina, 1997- ).

Testimony before U.S. Congressional Committees (By Committee Invitation)

U.S. Joint Economic Committee, 1958, 1959, 1962, and 1973.

U.S. House Government Operations Committee, 1959.

U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Antitrust and Monopoly, 1963.

U.S. Senate Small Business Committee, 1963.

U.S. House Banking and Currency Committee, 1963, 1965.

U.S. Joint Economic Committee, 1958, 1959, 1962, 1973 (February and May)

U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs, November 1978.

U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee, September 1984.

Fellowship and Honors

Phi Beta Kappa

Beta Gamma Sigma

Omicron Delta Kappa

Florida Blue Key (Honorary)

Who’s Who in America

Who’s Who in Mid-West

Who’s Who in the South and Southwest

Who’s Who in American Education

Who’s Who in the World

American Men in Science

Fellow, Swift and Company, Summer, 1953

Fellow, U.S. Steel Corporation, 1954

Fellow, Merrill Center for Economics, Summer, 1956

Ford Foundation – International Programs Grant, “Antitrust Policies of the European Coal and Steel Community,” 1964-65

North Atlantic Treaty Organization Research Fellow, Summer, 1964

Member, Visiting Scientists Program, American Economic Association, 1968-71

D. Litt. (Tampa University, 1979 (Honorary)

D.Sc. (Florida Institute of Technology), 1979 (Honorary)