Bernard E. Anderson, Ph.D. is Senior Advisor of Econsult Corporation and former Whitney M. Young Professor of Management at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Dr Anderson is an expert on labor economics and human resource management and former Assistant Secretary of the U.S. Department of Labor for the Employment Standards Administration.
Jere R. Behrman, Ph.D. is the William Kenan Professor of Economics and former
Chairperson of the Department of Economics at the
University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Behrman is an
internationally recognized authority on labor economics,
human resources, and the economics of developing
Douglas H. Blair, Ph.D. is Professor of Economics and Political Science and
former Chair of the Department of Economics at Rutgers
University. Dr. Blair has applied his expertise in
microeconomic theory to a variety of litigation areas
including antitrust, regulation, and stockholder
Peter Cappelli, D.Phil is the George W. Taylor Professor, Director of the
Center for Human Resources, and former Chair of the
Management Department of the Wharton School of the
University of Pennsylvania. He is a recognized expert on
the organization of work, job skills, and the employment
David L. Crawford, Ph.D. is President of Econsult Corporation and Adjunct
Professor of Management in the Wharton School of the
University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Crawford's 30 years of
litigation and consulting experience include damage
analysis, employment discrimination, personal injury,
antitrust, intellectual property and human resource
Kathleen M. Duffy, B.B.A.
is Managing Principal of Econsult Corporation. Since
1980, Ms. Duffy has been responsible for the
administration of Econsult. She serves as both Treasurer
Joseph P. Fuhr, Jr., Ph.D. is Senior Advisor of Econsult Corporation and Professor of Economics at Widener University. Dr. Fuhr has extensive experience in the analysis of antitrust matters and economic issues relating to the health care industry, telecommunications and sports.
Tabatha A. Lupinetti, B.S. is Senior Associate of Econsult Corporation. Ms.
Lupinetti earned a B.S. degree in Computer Information
Systems, from The College of New Jersey. As part of the
firms' research analyst team she brings a complete
knowledge of analytical software including statistical
and data analysis programs such as SAS, STATA and SPSS.
Janice F. Madden, Ph.D.
is Professor of Regional Science, Sociology and Real Estate at the University of Pennsylvania. She received a Ph.D. in economics, specializing in econometrics (statistics) and microeconomics from Duke University. She has served on the faculty of the Federal Judicial Center. Dr. Madden is one of the nation’s foremost authorities on Equal Employment Opportunity litigation.
Roberto S. Mariano, Ph.D.
is Professor of Economics and Statistics at the
University of Pennsylvania. An expert on econometric
modeling for forecasting and policy analysis, Dr.
Mariano has consulted with Asian and American firms,
Asian central banks and governments, and international
Olivia S. Mitchell, Ph.D. is the International
Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans Professor of
Insurance and Risk Management in the Wharton School and
Executive Director of the Pension Research Council. She
is an expert on private and public pension systems and
on other fringe benefits.
Robert A. Pollak, Ph.D. is the Hernreich
Distinguished Professor of Economics in the College of
Arts and Sciences and the John M. Olin School of
Business at Washington University in St. Louis. Dr.
Pollak is one of the world's leading experts on price
indices and consumer demand behavior.
Andrew W. Postlewaite, Ph.D. is Professor and former
Chairman of the Department of Economics and Professor of
Finance and Public Policy and Management in the Wharton
School of the University of Pennsylvania. Dr.
Postlewaite's areas of specialty are industrial
organization and finance.
Thomas J. Prusa, Ph.D. is Associate Professor of
Economics at Rutgers University. He has testified before
the International Trade Commission. Dr. Prusa is an
expert on international trade and on the process of
adjudicating unfair trade complaints.
Lawrence J. Quartana, Ph.D. is a management and organizational consultant with over 20 years of experience in the public and private sectors. He is an Associate Director in the Wharton Communication Program at the University of Pennsylvania and was the Manager of Organizational Development for the City of Philadelphia during the Rendell Administration.
Anita A. Summers, M.A. is Professor Emeritus and
former Chair of the Department of Public Policy and
Management in the Wharton School of the University of
Pennsylvania. She is a leading expert on the economics
of education and urban economics.