Marc H. Vatter Ph.D., Brown University Economist Nashua, New Hampshire marcATappliedecon.net 503.227.199FOUR
Marc’s work involves applied economic theory, market simulation, econometric analysis, and forecasting, and has focused on wholesale power and natural gas markets in New England, Mexico, the Upper Midwest, the Mid-South, the Pacific Northwest, and California, on unconventional fossil fuel plays such as the Bakken and Barnett Shales, and on global petroleum markets and the OPEC cartel. He has given testimony on issues related to wholesale power and natural gas markets before federal and state regulators and civil courts as an expert witness for attorneys at the Bonneville Power Administration, Mississippi Public Utilities Staff, Michigan Public Service Commission Staff, the Rhode Island Building and Construction Trades Council, and Moses, Palmer & Howell, and on lost personal earnings for Tichenor & Dziuba. Earlier in his career, he did extensive work in litigation support for other experts. He has published and presented peer-reviewed research at conferences, and taught energy economics to graduate students in business at Universidad del Pacífico in Lima, Peru. He now teaches economic analysis to graduate students in business at Rivier University in Nashua.
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