Douglas Frank


Washington, DC


Ph.D., managerial economics and strategy, Northwestern University; M.B.A., Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University; B.S., chemistry and German, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Summary of Experience

Dr. Frank is an applied microeconomist with expertise in industrial organization, competitive strategy, and organizational and personnel economics. He has consulted to numerous organizations around the world in the areas of strategy, governance, and organization design. Dr. Frank's litigation experience includes work in the agricultural chemicals, automotive, health insurance, medical devices, and pharmaceutical industries. It has involved analyzing irreparable harm in support of motions for preliminary and permanent injunctions; estimating damages from patent infringement, copyright infringement, misappropriation of trade secrets, and breach of contract; and assessing the effects of contractual breaches and court-imposed remedies on marketplace competition. Dr. Frank's research has been published in leading academic journals including Industrial Relations, Management Science, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Organization Science, and Strategic Management Journal. Dr. Frank was an assistant professor of strategy at INSEAD from 2006 to 2014, and was twice recognized as the Outstanding Teacher of Elective Courses in the MBA program. He continues to teach in INSEAD's executive programs as an adjunct professor of strategy. Dr. Frank has also taught at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and the European School of Management and Technology. Prior to joining Analysis Group, Dr. Frank held various management positions at Bayer AG in the US and Germany. He is a dual US and French citizen, and speaks fluent English, French, and German.

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