BHP Billiton: Mining Potash

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Thomas N. Hubbard & Michael J. Moore

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    Thomas Hubbard has been a professor at Kellogg since 2005. Before coming to Kellogg, he was a professor at the University of Chicago GSB and the University of California, Los Angeles. During 2004-5, he was a visiting professor at Columbia GSB.

    Professor Hubbard's research interests mainly concern how information problems affect the organization of firms and markets, and therefore the structure of industries. His work has appeared in top-ranked journals such as the American Economic Review, the Quarterly Journal of Economics, and the Rand Journal of Economics. He is a co-editor of the Journal of Industrial Economics and a faculty research fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research.

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    Dr. Moore was previously a professor at the Darden Graduate School of Business and the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy at the University of Virginia, where also held appointments in the Department of Economics, Law School, and UVA Medical Center. His teaching responsibilities included courses in econometrics, statistics, law and economics, antitrust policy, health care strategy, cost-benefit analysis, and price theory. He has also held positions at Duke University and the University of Chicago, among others. His published research covers a number of topics, including occupational safety, insurance, health economics, industrial organization, regulation and antitrust, product liability, product safety, and asset pricing. Dr. Moore has won several awards for this research, including the inaugural Kenneth Arrow Award in health economics and the Kulp-Wright Award for best book in the fields of risk and insurance.

    Dr. Moore also has broad private sector expertise in applied econometrics and microeconomics. He has testified extensively in front of judges and juries at all stages of the litigation process, in cases involving antitrust issues, commercial damages, corporate finance, tax concerns, and health, safety, and the environment. He has prepared reports and delivered testimony on issues related to class certification, liability, and damages in a wide range of cases.

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