Ph.D., economics, Simon Fraser University; M.A., economics, Simon Fraser University; Honors B.A., economics, University of Western Ontario
Summary of Experience
Dr. Dadson specializes in the application of data science, econometrics, and microeconomics to complex litigation matters in finance, antitrust, intellectual property, and health care. His casework experience includes an assessment of settlement terms in a securities class action, the evaluation of conjoint analyses and market demand models in the telecommunications industry, and the study of air cargo transactions data to assess damages exposure. Dr. Dadson has coauthored published research on the application of machine learning algorithms in health care and litigation, researched issues on inequality and poverty, and presented his work at various professional and academic venues. He has been a co-investigator on a grant funded by Metropolis British Columbia. Prior to joining Analysis Group, Dr. Dadson taught an undergraduate course in international trade as a lecturer at Simon Fraser University.
Combining the Power of Artificial Intelligence with the Richness of Healthcare Claims Data: Opportunities and Challenges
PharmacoEconomics, March 8, 2019