D.B.A., business strategy, Harvard University; M.A., international relations and economics, Johns Hopkins University; B.A., philosophy, Brown University
Summary of Experience
Dr. Hugill specializes in the application of economic theory and practical experience to questions arising in litigation, negotiations, and business strategy. Her litigation and advisory experience includes analyses of intellectual property (IP) damages, antitrust disputes, international trade matters, valuations, and corporate governance investigations. Dr. Hugill’s research covers supply chains and codes of conduct, managerial rents and resources, corporate governance in emerging economies, and long-term investments. Dr. Hugill has over 15 years of experience as an academic and practitioner working at the intersection of economics and business. Prior to joining Analysis Group, Dr. Hugill worked as a professor at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, where she continues to teach on occasion. Dr. Hugill has also taught the course “Business Strategy in Washington, DC” at Cornell University; led research into the privatization of state-owned enterprises in consulting engagements with the World Bank; worked in General Electric’s International Law and Policy Office; led the development of a five-year business plan for a risk management company in Dubai; and served as a specialist in insurance collusion investigations, litigation matters, and policy at the law firm of LeBoeuf, Lamb, Greene, and MacRae, LLP.