Dr. Greulich specializes in empirical microeconomics and quantitative analysis. She has estimated damages and lost profits and analyzed economic conditions in civil and criminal litigation cases. Dr. Greulich has experience in breach of contract, bankruptcy, employment and discrimination matters as well as antitrust matters concerning liability and market definition. Her experience encompasses a range of industries including education, health care, senior care, sports leagues, spent nuclear fuel and financial services.
Prior to joining Secretariat Economists, Dr. Greulich’s research and experience focused on the nexus between regulation, housing markets, and wage and employment outcomes. Her research has been published in the Brookings-Wharton Papers on Urban Affairs and Regional Science and Urban Economics.
While at the University of California, Berkeley, Dr. Greulich taught courses in microeconomics and game theory. She collaborated on research projects estimating the impact of immigration on rent burdens, and the effects of tax subsidies on housing consumption.