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John R. Bowblis

Academic Advisor
Miami University
To contact John R. Bowblis, please email Jake George at or call +1.617.864.7900

Dr. Bowblis is a Professor of Economics at the Farmer School of Business at Miami University, where he teaches courses in health economics, antitrust, industrial organization, econometrics, and the economics of regulation.

Dr. Bowblis is also a Research Fellow at the Scripps Gerontology Center at Miami University, where he conducts research that aids the State of Ohio on long-term care policy. His research interests include applied industrial organization, health economics, antitrust, and regulation, with a particular focus on regulatory and competition issues in the long-term care and the post-acute care industries.

Dr. Bowblis has developed economic analyses, testified, and provided litigation support in matters involving mergers, price fixing, attempted monopolization of markets and aftermarkets, medical fraud, definition of relevant markets, and estimation of damages. He has conducted this work in a wide range of industries including airlines, basic food products, commercial printing, hospitals, long-term care providers, investment banking, motorsports, tobacco, and pharmaceuticals.

Fit to be Tied? Antitrust Implications of Collins Inkjet Co. v. Eastman Kodak Co.
April 20, 2015
Published by The Brattle Group, Inc.
News & Events
March 30, 2015
Academic Advisor John Bowblis Provides Expert Testimony in Collins v. Kodak Tying Case

Brattle academic advisor and Miami University professor John Bowblis provided expert testimony in the Collins v. Kodak tying case before the U.S. District Court in Cincinnati. The court’s finding in that case was recently affirmed by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. Dr. Bowblis’ report was directly cited in the appellate court’s decision.