Matt Hoelle has more than ten years of experience in academic and consulting roles as an expert in economic modeling and econometrics. Dr. Hoelle specializes in competition economics, advising clients in the areas of antitrust, intellectual property, financial markets, damages modeling, and econometric analysis. He has submitted expert reports and testified at deposition.
Prior to Dr. Hoelle’s consulting roles, he was an Assistant Professor at Purdue University, publishing peer-reviewed papers in the fields of general equilibrium theory, financial markets, fiscal policy, and monetary policy. While at Purdue, he taught courses in game theory, macroeconomics, asset pricing, computational methods, and real analysis.
Prior to joining FTI Consulting, Dr. Hoelle was an Associate Director at NERA Economic Consulting and a Senior Economist at Bates White Economic Consulting. He has submitted expert reports and testified at deposition in a matter before a US federal court. He has supported expert testimony related to the application of economic and econometric analyses in antitrust, competition, intellectual property, and transfer pricing matters before US federal and state courts, the International Trade Commission, US Tax Court, Canadian courts, international arbitration panels, and US and Canadian regulatory commissions. Dr. Hoelle has expertise that spans a variety of industries, including consumer products, computer hardware (HDDs), telecommunications, pharmaceuticals, financial markets, and big tech.
Dr. Hoelle holds a B.S. degree in Chemical Engineering from Washington University in St. Louis and a Ph.D. degree in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania. His Ph.D. dissertation was titled “Bankruptcy and Transaction Costs in General Financial Models.”
B.S., Chemical Engineering, Washington University in St. Louis
Ph.D., Economics, University of Pennsylvania
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