David Weiskopf

David Alexander Weiskopf

Instructor - Adj

Professional Summary

David Weiskopf is an Executive Vice President at Compass Lexecon and a member of the faculty at Johns Hopkins University and the University of Cincinnati. Dr. Weiskopf specializes in industrial organization, microeconomic analysis, consumer behavior, applied econometrics and statistics, and labor economics. He has testified as an expert witness in private litigation regarding antitrust issues, economic damages, and consumer behavior. He has also published articles on merger simulation, demand estimation, market definition for intermediate goods, and consumer complaint rates. He has presented theoretical and empirical papers at academic conferences and has co-authored numerous economic studies that were presented to antitrust enforcement agencies around the world. He has led a number of engagements evaluating competitive effects as part of merger reviews. He has also consulted on a number of matters involving allegations of monopolization, market foreclosure, conspiracy/price-fixing, and exclusive dealing/refusal to deal as well as on employment and consumer protection matters. He has served clients in a variety of industries and sectors, including consumer products, department stores, building materials, oilfield services, pharmaceuticals, hospitals, funeral homes, supermarkets, cruise lines, movie theaters, petrochemicals, plastics and chemical distribution, and flour milling. Dr. Weiskopf received a Ph.D. in Economics from Vanderbilt University where he specialized in the fields of industrial organization and econometrics.


Ph D: Vanderbilt University Nashville, Tennessee, 1999 (Economics)

MA: Vanderbilt University Nashville, Tennessee, 1998 (Economics)

MA: SUNY-Buffalo 1993 (Geography (International Trade Concentration))

BA: Franklin & Marshall College Lancaster, PA, 1989 (Sociology)