Ph.D., economics, Harvard University; B.A., philosophy, political science, economics, Hebrew University
Summary of Experience:
Dr. Kirson specializes in the application of microeconomics, econometrics, and statistical methods to complex litigation matters, health outcomes research, and strategy assignments. His litigation casework has included analyses of alleged anticompetitive practices and damages in the airline, insurance, and software industries, as well as assessments of alleged off-label marketing practices in the pharmaceutical industry. He has managed numerous health outcomes projects, resulting in multiple conference presentations and publications. Dr. Kirson has also supported analyses of optimal ticket pricing for a major sporting franchise and has examined royalty structures in the radio industry.
ASSESSING THE ECONOMIC BURDEN OF ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE
Research by Dr. Kirson and
several other Analysis Group researchers suggests that consulting with a specialist at the early stages of cognitive decline may result in reduced spending for medical services.