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Dr. Pablo Robles is experienced in performing complex economic analysis and calculating damages. In his casework, he develops and analyzes statistical and econometric models to calculate damages in antitrust and product liability cases.

Dr. Robles received his Ph.D. in Economics from The University of Chicago, where he focused his research on analyzing the competitive effects of trade policy using structural econometric methods. As a graduate student, he taught an undergraduate course in advanced macroeconomics.

Prior to graduate school, Dr. Robles worked as a research assistant to the chief economist at the Mexican Ministry of Finance. At the Ministry, he conducted research on numerous topics, including banking, education, financial markets, fiscal sustainability, and poverty.

A Look Into FTC's Thinking on Pyramid Scheme Potential
March 23, 2020
Branko Jovanovic, Pablo Robles, and Jeremy Smith
Published in Law360
News & Events
July 30, 2020
Brattle Testimony Supports General Motors and Polaris in Obtaining Successful Consumer Class Action Case Outcomes

Nobel Prize-winning economist, Brattle Principal, and University of Southern California Professor Daniel McFadden provided multiple expert reports and testimony in two recent consumer class action suits involving motor vehicle manufacturers.

March 23, 2020
Brattle Economists Publish Law360 Article Addressing Recent Working Paper That Overstates an MLM's Potential to Become a Pyramid Scheme

Brattle Principal Branko Jovanovic, Associate Pablo Robles, and Senior Research Analyst Jeremy Smith recently authored a Law360 article titled “A Look Into FTC’s Thinking on Pyramid Scheme Potential.”

October 15, 2019
The Brattle Group Deepens Footprint in Midwest with Opening of Chicago Office

The Brattle Group announced today the opening of a new office in Chicago, its 11th office around the world. This new office will enable Brattle to enhance its support of local clients, as well as to expand relationships with academic and industry experts in the region.