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Rodriguez, Armando (full)
Armando
E.
Rodriguez
Ph.D.
Associate Professor and Chair
Business
Economics
203-932-7372
Maxy 116C
Maxcy Hall
Personal

    Education

    Ph.D. Economics: University of Texas, 1991

     

    B.S. Chemical Engineering: University of Texas, 1981

Academic Credentials

    Published Works

    With Ashok Menon, "The Limits of Competition: The Shortcomings of Antitrust in Developing and Reforming Economics," (2010), Kluwer Law International

    "Risk-Adjusted Performance as a Rigorous Approach to Removing Subjectivity from Expert Assessments of Suitability," (2008), Journal of Business Valuation and Economic Loss Analysis

    "Does Legal Tradition Affect Competition Policy Performance?," (2007), International Trade Journal

    "Examining the Performance of Competition Policy Enforcement Agencies: A Cross-Country Comparison," (2007), Journal of Business and Economic Studies, Vol. 13, No.1

    "Anti-Competitive Practices in the Tourism Industry: the Case of Small Economics," (2006), Journal of Applied Business Research, Vol. 4 No. 10

    "An Empirical Examination of Competition Policy," (2006), Boletin Latinoamericano de Competencia. No. 22

Industry Experience

    Professional Experience

    Associate Professor: Department of Economics, University of New Haven, 2001- present

     

    Principal: New Haven Legal Economics Economics, 2003-present

     

    Economic Advisor: Office of the Attorney General, State of Connecticut, 2005-2010

     

    Technical Advisor: Competition Policy. Governments of Egypt, El Salvador, Ethiopia, Indonesia, Mexico, Mozambique, Venezuela, Peru. (various years); Member U.S. Delegation to NAFTA Competition Policy Negotiations

     

    Associate Economist: Tinari Economics, November 2001-present

     

    Senior Manager: Economic Consulting Services, KPMG, New York, NY, 1999-2000

     

    Senior Manager: Financial Advisory Services, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Houston, TX, 1997-1999

     

    Adjunct Professor of Economics: Cameron School of Business, University of St. Thomas, Houston, TX, 1998

                           

    Research Professor of Economics: Center for Trade & Commercial Diplomacy, Monterey Institute of International Studies, Monterey, CA, 1997-1998

                           

    Economist: Federal Trade Commission, Bureau of Economics, Antitrust Division, Washington, DC, 1990-1998

Curriculum Vitae