Donald Martin, PhD, a Senior Managing Director at ARPC, is recognized by Global Competition Review in the "International Who’s Who Among Competition Economists." His economic expertise includes antitrust merger and litigation work, intellectual property, and commercial and antitrust damage analysis, with extensive experience in price fixing matters. He has applied his expertise in a wide variety of industries, including the manufacture and wholesale distribution of ready-to-eat consumer products, dynamic random access memory chips, telecommunications, professional sports, health care services and products, residential real estate services, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, tobacco and other advertising, Lysine, graphite electrodes, inorganic chemicals, and many others.
Prior to joining ARPC, Dr. Martin served as Chairman of CapAnalysis, the economic consulting arm of Howrey LLP, and before that as a tenured economics faculty member of the University of Virginia and of the Law and Economics Center of the University of Miami.
Dr. Martin holds a PhD in Economics from UCLA and MBA from City University of New York.
An Ownership Theory of the Trade Union (Berkeley: University of California Press, Inc., 1980).
The Economics of Nonproprietary Institutions, ed. with Kenneth W. Clarkson, Research in Law and Economics Series (Greenwich, Connecticut: JAI Press Inc., 1979).
Deregulating American Industry, ed. with Warren F. Schwartz (Lexington, Massachusetts: Lexington Books, Inc., 1977).
“The Economics of the Entire Market Value Rule: Applied to Complex Products,” with Richard S. Higgins, in ID 1961276 Social Science Research Network, November 18, 2011.
"Patent Counting a Misleading Index of Patent Value: A Critique of Goodman & Myers and its Uses," with Carl DeMeyer, ID 949439, Social Science Research Network, December 2006.
"Pitfalls in Drawing Policy Conclusions from Retrospective Survey Data: The Case of Advertising and Underage Smoking," with John Geweke, Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, Vol. 25, No. 2, September 2002.
"Reducing Anticipated Rewards From Innovation Through Patents: Or Less Is More," Virginia Law Review, Vol. 78, No. 1, February 1992.
"The Agency Problem in A Nonproprietary Theory of Union Behavior," in The Economics of Trade Unions: New Directions, Jean-Jacques Rosa, ed. (Kluwer-Nijhoff Publishing Company, 1984).
"Does Government Restricted Entry Produce Market Power?: New Evidence From the Market for Television Advertising," with Gary M. Fournier The Bell Journal of Economics, Vol. 14, No. 1, Spring 1983.
"Exclusionary Practices: Shopping Center Restrictive Covenants," with K.W. Clarkson and T.J. Muris, in The Federal Trade Commission Since 1970: Economic Regulation and Consumer Welfare, K.W. Clarkson and T.J. Muris, eds. (Cambridge, Massachusetts: Cambridge University Press, 1981).
"The Efficiency Defense: An Issue the Congress Must Face In Shaping Antitrust Policy," Hearings before the Joint Economic Committee, on Antitrust Policy and Competition, U.S. Congress, First Session of the 98th Congress, November 14, 1983, United States Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1984.
Network Inquiry Special Staff, New Television Networks: Entry, Jurisdiction, Ownership and Regulation. Vol. 1, Final Report to the Federal Communications Commission, October 1980.
Presentation before the Joint Economic Committee on Antitrust Policy and Competition, U.S. Congress, First Session of the 98th Congress, November 14, 1983.
Presentation before the Federal Communications Commission concerning the Market Power of Television Networks, June 1980.
Presentation before the Joint Economic Committee on Minority Employment Opportunities: 1980-1985, U.S. Congress, First Session of the 96th Congress, October 18, 1979.