Ted Tatos

Ted Tatos is an economist and statistician affiliated with EconONE Research. In addition to his consulting practice, where he specializes in empirical analysis, Mr. Tatos has been an Adjunct Professor of economics at the University of Utah, where he has taught both graduate and undergraduate economics and statistics classes. He is also the Associate Economics Editor of the Antitrust Bulletin journal, where he has also guest-edited two symposia. He has over twenty-five years of experience in litigation and non-litigation consulting, with a focus in antitrust, data analytics, higher education, healthcare, intellectual property, labor, and commercial damages. Mr. Tatos has advised both private sector and government clients, such as the Securities and Exchange Commission, on matters requiring complex economic and statistical analysis. He has published on various matters including antitrust issues, intellectual property matters, the use of hedonic analysis to estimate property values and investigate value diminution, labor rights, and athlete safety. His peer-reviewed paper in the Journal of Scientific Practice & Integrity on the use and misuse of college athletes as subjects in concussion research formed the basis of a 2019 documentary authored by the sports journalism outlet The Athletic and was produced by filmmaker Andrew Muscato and narrated by eleven-time Emmy winner Armen Keteyian. The documentary can be found at https://theathletic.com/video/21-adhd/

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