Zachary Sauers is an Economist in the Antitrust and Competition Practice at Bates White. He has extensive experience performing spatial modeling and empirical analyses with large panel data sets. Dr. Sauers received his PhD from the UCLA Anderson School of Management, where he taught graduate courses on microeconomics and econometrics. In his doctoral studies, Dr. Sauers specialized in labor and urban economics. His dissertation focused on how student debt affects internal migration patterns of high-skilled workers in the United States. He has also conducted research on state and municipal government pension plans.
PhD, Applied Economics and Management, UCLA Anderson School of Management
BS, Economics, University of Pittsburgh