Dr. Walsh is an economist with experience using theory and applied techniques in a variety of contexts, including antitrust, intellectual property, and applied microeconomics.
Prior to joining Brattle, Dr. Walsh’s academic research spanned antitrust and competition policy and applied microeconomics with a focus on consumer sentiment and behavior. Her doctoral research addressed how consumer economic expectations influence personal consumption decisions. Additionally, her research addressed intellectual property matters such as appropriability issues concerning method-of-use patents. These research areas figure prominently in Dr. Walsh’s published work, which has appeared in industry journals such as the Southern Economic Journal, the Review of Industrial Organization, and Competition Policy International’s Antitrust Chronicle.
University of Florida
PhD and MA in Economics and BA in Economics and Mathematics
Dr. Walsh was born and raised in Miami, Florida. She is a passionate Miami Heat fan who enjoys playing billiards, travel, and music.