13 results for year: 2005
November 1, 2005
Dr. Brian Becker discussed the economics of Mass Tort at a seminar hosted by the Gerson Lehrman Group at The Yale Club in New York, NY.
October 1, 2005
Dr. Brian Becker spoke on the valuation of intangibles at Infonex’s “Transfer Pricing: Best Practices for Managing the Corporate Transfer Pricing Function” Seminar in San Francisco, CA.
September 1, 2005
Andrew Parsons provided economic and statistical testimony at the U.S. International Trade Commission analyzing the potential effect of imported urea from Russia and Ukraine in the United States.
August 1, 2005
Andrew Parsons lectured on cost sharing and the valuation of intangibles at the CITE U.S. Transfer Pricing Planning & Controversies Seminar in New York, NY.
June 7, 2005
Dr. Robert Shapiro authored a policy report entitled “High Rates and Little Choice: The Burden of Automobile Insurance Regulation on Massachusetts Consumers.”
June 1, 2005
Dr. Brian Becker emceed a presentation at the National Press Club that introduced a new book by Accenture and Montgomery Research, Revenue Matters. Dr. Becker initiated the discussion, entitled “Maximizing Revenue, Minimizing Taxpayer Burden” and introduced two speakers: Dr. Kevin Hassett of the American Enterprise Institute and C. Ann Rettie of Accenture.
May 1, 2005
Dr. Brian Becker spoke to industry executives at the Infonex Transfer Pricing Seminar in New York, NY, on intangible valuation in transfer pricing.
April 1, 2005
Dr. Brian Becker provided testimony in a case before an Appraisal Panel Hearing in New York, NY, regarding the economics of sales dispersion and make-up sales. The testimony followed an affidavit that had previously been submitted in December 2004.
March 1, 2005
Dr. Brian Becker testified at the U.S. International Trade Commission. His testimony was in regards to a report, co-authored with Dr. Kevin Hassett: “The Steel Industry: An Automotive Supplier Perspective.”
March 1, 2005