Dr. Zheng specializes in analyzing litigation and regulatory policy issues related to industrial organization.

He is experienced in using applied econometrics and simulation models to support experts on competition and antitrust matters in the context of litigation and merger reviews across a broad range of industries, including two-sided platforms, technology, credit cards, mining, mattresses, and protein. He also writes reports and whitepapers on regulatory policies in the telecommunications sector.

In addition to his consulting work, Dr. Zheng regularly conducts academic research, which has been published in peer-reviewed journals including Management Science. His research has been awarded the 2023 Public Utility Research Center Prize for the best paper in regulatory economics and was accepted for presentation at the International Industrial Organization Conference.


University of Wisconsin–Madison
PhD in Economics

University of Michigan
BS in Economics



Personal Interests

Chen enjoys hiking, watching movies, and exploring local restaurants.