Dr. David Tsirekidze is an economist with extensive experience in using rigorous econometric methods and statistical tools to analyze complex datasets in the course of litigation. He has provided data analysis for litigation cases involving matters of price fixing, antitrust damages, class actions, mergers, and labor and employment.
Dr. Tsirekidze’s academic work focused on empirical and theoretical exploration of questions related to international trade agreements and trade restrictions. In his research, he studied the economic rationale behind the World Trade Organization rules that govern international trade. His work has been published in a peer-reviewed journal, Review of International Economics. Dr. Tsirekidze has also made contributions to the field of functional analysis and has been published in peer-reviewed journals such as Acta Mathematica Hungarica.
- American Economic Association
- American Bar Association
- Antitrust Section
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- Review of International Economics | 02.03.2019
Dr. David Tsirekidze in a three-country customs union (CU) formation game, introduces international trade in intermediate inputs and rules of origin (RoO) restrictions.
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Dr. Tsirekidze earned his PhD and MA in economics from Stanford University, MA in economics, summa cum laude, from International School of Economics at TSU (ISET), and BS in mathematics, with honors, from Tbilisi State University (TSU). During his studies, he was awarded with numerous prizes and awards including the Department of Economics Fellowship at Stanford University.