Bates White (Washington)

Zenon Zabinski

Bates White (Washington)
Economist

Zenon Zabinski specializes in economic analysis of competition and antitrust issues. He has broad experience applying both reduced form and structural econometric methods to examine the strategic responses of firms to changes in market conditions and their effect on consumers. Within the Healthcare Practice, Dr. Zabinski has worked on a variety of merger and monopolization cases involving payers and providers. His prior engagements also include analysis of competition in other industries, including television broadcasting and e-commerce. Dr. Zabinski has conducted research in industrial organization, healthcare economics, and public policy. His research was recently published in the American Journal of Health Economics and featured by the New York Times.

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Bates White (Washington)
Bates White (Washington)
University of California (Berkeley)
Bates White (Washington)
Bates White (Washington)

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Zenon Zabinski, Tetyana Shvydko, Kayuna Fukushima, Dr. Cory S. Capps The Massachusetts Health Policy Commission identifies significant competitive overlap in a proposed merger of several hospital systems as it would enhance the bargaining leverage with insurers (Beth Israel Lahey Health / Partners HealthCare)

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This article has been nominated for the 2020 Antitrust Writing Awards. Click here to learn more about the Antitrust Writing Awards. A STRONGER SECOND COMPETITOR? ANALYZING THE COMPETITIVE EFFECTS OF THE BETH ISRAEL LAHEY HEALTH TRANSACTION* I. BACKGROUND Could a merger between rival firms (...)

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