Keler Marku

Keler Marku

Keler is a Principal in the New York office. He has provided support for testifying experts in several merger and antitrust litigation cases and has provided support to Fortune 500 companies with regulatory investigations of mergers and acquisitions in industries such as tech, telecommunications, life sciences. He has experience in developing theoretical and econometric models of oligopolistic interactions, demand estimation and damages. Before joining Keystone, Keler was an Associate Principal at Charles River Associates, where he consulted on matters related to competition and antitrust. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from University of Minnesota and has taught courses in Economics and statistics at University of Minnesota and University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

In his free time, Keler will hide on a beach or play soccer.


  • Ph.D. in Economics from University of Minnesota
  • Master's from University of Nebraska-Lincoln
  • B.S. from University of Nebraska-Lincoln