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Pauline Kennedy and Min Ren selected to join Women@ initiative

Fall 2019

Women@, an international platform for women professionals, selected Principal Pauline Kennedy and Manager Min Ren to join a new initiative: “Up-and-Coming” Women Competition Professionals. This initiative is for rising young women in the competition field. The overall goal of Women@ is to enable women professionals to be found, be heard, and be seen. Participants are from private practice, in-house counsel, government agencies, and economics.

The Up-and Coming Women initiative holds events every two months, including panel discussions about competition topics and broader subjects such as leadership. Participants organize the events and showcase their thought leadership. Drs. Kennedy and Ren will be organizing two events in Washington, DC, in 2020: a February event will address business development, and a July event will examine AT reform proposals.

Dr. Kennedy has extensive experience working closely with experts and counsel in mergers and in large, complex cartel and monopolization matters. She specializes in econometrics, forecasting, and economic analysis. She has published in peer-reviewed journals on topics such as damage analysis, applied econometrics, and the econometric analysis of causal effects.

Dr. Ren specializes in economic analysis in mergers and monopolization matters. She has worked across a wide range of industries, including agriculture, healthcare, financial services, oilfield services, and telecommunications. Dr. Ren has experience supporting both private companies and regulatory agencies.

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