M.A., economics, University of British Columbia; B.A., sociopolitical economics, Boston University
Summary of Experience:
Mr. White specializes in applying microeconomics and sophisticated econometric modeling to address complex litigation questions, primarily in matters involving the financial services and technology industries. He has expertise in large-scale database manipulation and has supported clients and experts in identifying relevant data and developing cost- and time-efficient methods of data extraction. Across a diverse set of engagements, Mr. White has implemented highly complex econometric models that have, among other things, simulated the demand for computer processors, estimated ex-ante default probabilities for structured investment vehicles, and utilized auction data to assess the demand for specific features of smart phones. Prior to joining Analysis Group, Mr. White was a research economist at Decision Economics, specializing in macroeconomic and financial forecasting for hedge fund and investment-banking clients.