Ph.D. Economics, University of California at Berkeley
M.S. Public Policy Analysis, University of Rochester
B.S. Physics and Computer Science, Purdue University
Dr. Miller is head of CRA’s Auctions and Competitive Bidding consulting practice. He specializes in applied game theory and auction theory, microeconomics, industrial organization, network industries, market restructuring, and public policy. He has extensive experience in the design, implementation, administration, and monitoring of auctions and other competitive bid processes, as well as in supporting bidders on bidding strategies, valuations, and competitor assessments. Dr. Miller has been instrumental in successful projects in electricity, telecommunications, broadcast, airline, railroad, defense, and other industries in several countries including the United States, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Germany, Mexico, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom. Examples of auction projects in the telecommunications industry that Dr. Miller has been involved in include spectrum auction design and implementation, combinatorial auction software, and auction assistance for bidders. The auction and competitive bid projects in the electric utility industry that Dr. Miller has been involved in include generation assets, virtual power plants, new generating facility projects, capacity and energy contracts, trading rights, power purchase arrangements, power purchase agreements, balancing energy, NUG entitlements, standard offer service, basic generation service, and transmission service rights. Other project examples include e-commerce, competition and antitrust issues, mergers and acquisitions, market analyses, financial instruments, and international trade.