Glenn Woroch is Adjunct Professor Emeritus of Economics, University of California, Berkeley, and Senior Policy Scholar, Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy. He has served as an expert witness on matters involving monopolization claims, mergers, price discrimination, intellectual property infringement, and commercial damages. He has also been retained on a variety of litigation engagements including arbitrations, ITC Section 337 proceedings, and class certifications. Dr. Woroch’s consulting is focused on the telecommunications and computing industries, but he also has extensive experience in broadcast radio and television, computer hardware, software and networking, ecommerce, electric power and food and beverage.
Dr. Woroch has been an economic advisor to government agencies including the U.S. Departments of Justice and Energy and the Office of Technology Assessment. In addition to his U.S. engagements, he has consulted to private and public sector clients in Latin America, Western Europe and the Pacific Rim.
Dr. Woroch has published numerous articles on industrial organization, regulation, antitrust, intellectual property and network industries. In the past he served on the editorial boards of Information Economics & Policy and the Journal of Regulatory Economics, and is currently on the editorial board of the journal Telecommunications Policy. Previously, Dr. Woroch taught economics at the University of Rochester and Stanford University, and was Senior Member of Technical Staff at GTE (Verizon) Laboratories and a Principal of The Brattle Group. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics and an M.A. in Statistics from Berkeley, and a B.A. from the University of Wisconsin, Madison.