Ph.D., Texas A&M University, 2006; B.S., University of Utah, 2001.
Food retail management, applied econometrics, industrial organization, retail competition, marketing, and scanner data.
"What is a Beverage Worth? Arbitrage Pricing and the Value of New Products: An Attribute-Space Approach," (with Timothy J. Richards)
"Supply-Channel Stage-Games and Horizontal Mergers in the Orange Juice Industry," (with H.A. Love and Miguel Gomez)
"Valuation of New Products in the Face of Consumer Income Disparity," (with Timothy J. Richards and Glynn Tonsor)
Arizona State University: 2008-present. Previous Appointments: Michigan State University
Career and Professional Awards; Teaching Awards
Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award, Southern Agricultural Economics Association, 2007; Outstanding Ph.D. Student, Department of Agricultural Economics, Texas A&M University, 2006; Tyrus Timm Graduate Fellowship, 2002-2003
Reviewer, Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 2009; Reviewer, Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 2008; Reviewer, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 2008.
Corporate and Public Sector Leadership
Consultant; The Perishables, LLC, 2009; Research Analyst, LECG, LCC (Economic and financial consulting) 2001-2002
Pofahl, Geoffrey M. (2009). "Merger Simulation in the Presence of Large Choice Sets and Consumer Stockpiling." Accepted & forthcoming - Review of Industrial Organization
Pofahl, Geoffrey M., & Timothy J. Richards (2009). "Valuation of New Products in Attribute Space." American Journal of Agricultural Economics, vol. 91(2), pp. 402-415.
Pofahl, Geoffrey M., O. Capps, Jr., & H.A. Love (2006). "Retail Zone Pricing and Simulated Price Effects of Upstream Mergers." International Journal of the Economics of Business. Vol. 13, pp. 195-215.