Daniel Andersen




M.B.A., The University of Chicago; B.S., computer information systems, Bentley University

Summary of Experience

Mr. Andersen has performed research and analysis in support of economic testimony in a variety of antitrust and commercial litigation and damages matters involving computer hardware and software, Internet governance, and health care mergers and acquisitions. In particular, Mr. Andersen has extensive experience in conducting and managing the statistical analyses of large-scale data sets. He has played a central role in the Analysis Group team supporting Microsoft’s antitrust litigation and evaluation of potential settlements over a 10-year period. Most recently, he led analyses for plaintiffs opposing St. Luke Health System’s acquisition of a physician group in Idaho; he has also overseen economic analysis and modeling supporting cost and market impact reviews of proposed health care transactions on behalf of the Massachusetts Health Policy Commission. Mr. Andersen has provided analytical and empirical support for academic experts, including Deans Glenn Hubbard and Edward Snyder, and Professors Robert Pindyck and Susan Athey. Prior to joining Analysis Group, Mr. Andersen worked with the App Store business analytics team at Apple, Inc.