Roger Ware, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. | Professional CV

Roger is the complete expert package, bringing both analytical depth and first-rate testimonial skills to the table. Roger Ware, Alwington Economics Inc.
Dr. Roger Ware
Economics Inc.

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Summary of Consulting Services

I provide economic consulting services in three main areas: Competition Policy and Antitrust Economics; Regulation; and Energy Economics. I often collaborate in this work with Analysis Group, Inc., an economics consulting group with ten offices in North America, including Montreal.


(i) Academic:

I have been a Full Professor of Economics at Queen's University, Kingston, since 1996. I taught previously at the University of Toronto, 1980-1990 and held a visiting position at the University of California, Berkeley in 1987-88. From 1993-1994 I held the T.D. McDonald Chair in Industrial Organization at the Competition Bureau, Ottawa.

My research interests are focused on antitrust economics, intellectual property and regulatory economics. I have published articles in all of these areas as well as numerous other publications in scholarly journals and books on Industrial Organization issues. I am the co-author (with Dr. Jeffery Church) of a major textbook: Industrial Organization: a Strategic Approach (McGraw-Hill-Irwin, 1999).

I teach graduate and undergraduate courses in Industrial Organization and Regulation and have lectured widely on antitrust topics.

(ii) Consulting:

  • a)  Filed an expert report and testified at the Competition Tribunal in Nadeau v Groupe Westco et al., November 2008.
  • b)  Filed an expert report and testified before the CRTC in the October 2007 Hearing on Essential Facilities in Telecommunications
  • c)  Filed an expert report, presented oral testimony for Agricore United in a hearing under section 106 of the Competition Act, heard at the Competition Tribunal, March-April 2006.
  • d)  Filed an expert report, presented oral testimony for Rogers Communications in a hearing at the New Brunswick Public Utilities Board concerning the pricing of access to utility poles owned by N.B. Power.
  • e)  Provided extensive economic advice, filed an expert report and presented oral testimony for Canada Pipe in a hearing under section 79 of the Competition Act, heard at the Competition Tribunal, April-May 2004 (regarded as the most important Abuse of Dominance case heard at the Tribunal in the past ten years).
  • f)  Provided extensive economic advice, filed an expert report and presented oral testimony for Canada Waste Services in a hearing under section 106 of the Competition Act, heard at the Competition Tribunal, November 2003.


  • B.A. Honours (Economics)
    Cambridge University
    Awarded June 1972
  • M.A. (Industrial Economics)
    University of Sussex, England
    Awarded December 1973
  • M.A. (Cantab)
    Awarded July 1976
  • Ph.D.
    Queen's University, Canada
    Awarded October 1981

Selected Publications:


Journal Publications

  • “Identifying Market Power in Natural Gas Storage” with David Brown and David Harding, 2008 Canadian Competition Record. Vol 23, No. 1.
  • “Efficiencies Analysis for Retail Sector Mergers,” (with John Blakney) European Competition Journal, November 2006, pp. 285-310.
  • “Does Canada Pipe Really Have Market Power?” (with A. Basiliauskas) 2005 Canadian Competition Record. Vol 22, No. 2.
  • “Predatory Pricing In Canada, The United States And Europe: Crouching Tiger or Hidden Dragon,” with Brian Facey, December 2003, World Competition Review.
  • “Is Competition Law 'Beyond the Ken of Judges'?” 2001. Canadian Competition Record. Vol 20, No. 3.
  • “Efficiencies and the Propane Case” (2000), International Antitrust Bulletin.
  • “A Dynamic Model of Endogenous Trade Policy,” (2001) joint with Bev Lapham, Canadian Journal of Economics.
  • “Interac, Essential Facilities and Access to Electronic Funds Networks: a Comment on Mathewson and Quigley,” (1998) with Brian Rivard, Canadian Competition Record, 18: 12-21.
  • “Abuse of Dominance under the 1986 Canadian Competition Act,” with Jeffrey Church, (1998) Review of Industrial Organization, 13: 85-129.
  • “Trade Dress and Pharmaceuticals: Efficiency, Competition and Intellectual Property Rights,” 1997 with Jeffrey Church, Policy Options, September.

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