Dr. Tan is a Director at Secretariat Economists and an adjunct faculty at Johns Hopkins University. He has substantial experience in applying economic analysis and econometric tools to antitrust cases, including mergers, regulatory proceedings, and litigation matters. He has conducted research in a broad spectrum of industries, including insurance, pharmaceuticals, telecommunications, microprocessors, chemicals, shipping, computer equipment, industrial equipment, food, and many others.
Dr. Tan has prepared expert reports and presented before antitrust enforcement agencies, including the US Department of Justice, Federal Trade Commission, the EU Competition Commission, and Chinese agencies including the State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR), Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM), and the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC). He has testified at Chinese courts on antitrust matters.
Dr. Tan has written academic articles on topics ranging from competition economics, industrial organization, and applied econometrics. His research has been published in international journals such as Quantitative Marketing and Economics, Review of Industrial Organization, Journal of Econometric Method, Advances in Econometrics, Emerging Market Finance and Trade, Concurrences, and Competition Policy International.
Dr. Tan has taught courses in economics and econometrics at Johns Hopkins University, Renmin University of China, and State University of New York at Stony Brook.