Nonprofit, governmental, and academic organizations, as well as law firms working on pro bono matters, often do not have the level of resources required to support their critical data and analytics needs. To address this need, Analysis Group regularly provides pro bono economics consulting to a variety of organizations in the US and across the globe. Our teams have worked on projects involving social innovation, health care, legal assistance, and more.
Employees at all levels of the firm participate in and lead these pro bono projects. By applying our skills in statistics, economics, finance, health care, and other areas, we are able to provide meaningful contributions to the community. For example, our expertise has helped nonprofits monitor trends in disease rates, measure the community impact of building hospitals in developing countries, examine gender discrimination in urban housing markets, and review state voter redistricting. Our pro bono partners benefit from the same intellectual rigor and collaborative thinking that Analysis Group teams apply to their daily work.
Learn more about some of our recent pro bono projects with the following organizations:
- Partners in Health: Lesotho
Analyzing National Health Care Reform's impact on maternal mortality, HIV, and more
- Partners in Health: Rwanda and Haiti
Examining the economic impact of new hospital construction
- Harvard Medical School
Applying machine learning techniques to the TB genome to predict drug resistance
Assisting the Haitian Group for the Study for Kaposi's Sarcoma and Opportunistic Infections (GHESKIO) in studying characteristics of sexual assault in Haiti
Assisting the Massachusetts Housing and Shelter Alliance (MHSA) with MassHealth claims data and analyses
- Suffolk Law School
Examining gender identity discrimination in the Boston rental housing market