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

Across a wide range of industries, Dr. Bowblis has developed economic analyses, testified, and provided litigation support in matters involving price fixing, attempted monopolization of markets and aftermarkets, medical fraud, alleged sham litigation, and proposed mergers. He specializes in Section 2 matters and testified at trial for the prevailing party in Collins Inkjet Corporation v. Eastman Kodak Co., an after-market tying case.

Dr. Bowblis is also a seasoned econometrician and a health economist. He has served as a consulting expert for defendants and plaintiffs in health litigations and investigations, including matters involving allegations of price fixing, medical fraud, upcoding, overbilling, and understaffing. He has also provided expert testimony in matters pertaining to alleged violations of trade secrets and intellectual property.

Dr. Bowblis has published articles on competition and firm behavior in numerous peer-reviewed scholarly journals, including the Journal of Competition Law & Economics, Journal of Regulatory Economics, Review of Industrial Organization, American Journal of Health Economics, Journal of Health Economics, Health Services Research, Medical Care, and Health Affairs. He has received several teaching and research awards.

In addition to his primary academic and consulting roles, Dr. Bowblis is also a Research Fellow at the Scripps Gerontology Center at Miami University, where he conducts research on regulatory and competition issues in the long-term and post-acute care industries that aids the State of Ohio on long-term care policy.


Rutgers University, PhD and MA in Economics

King’s College, BS in Economics