Kevin W. Christensen, PhD, has submitted expert reports to the US District Court for the District of Columbia and regulatory agencies.

Additionally, he has written white papers submitted to the State of Florida’s Department of Transportation.

Dr. Christensen has over a decade of economic consulting experience performing econometric, statistical, and qualitative research in antitrust litigation, intellectual property portfolio benchmarking, predictive analytics, mergers and acquisitions, damages estimation, class certification, economic impact analyses, and tax revenue impact assessments.

His work spans an array of industries including oil and gas, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, medical devices, banking, automobile finance, wholesale distribution, transportation, consumer retail products, agriculture, building materials, tourism, and gaming industries. These matters often involved the acquisition, synthesis, and analysis of massive electronic datasets (“big data”).

Dr. Christensen holds a PhD and MA from the University of Florida (UF). While at UF, Dr. Christensen worked for the Bureau of Economic and Business Research which, among other things, provided economic research to state and local government.

Since 2011, Dr. Christensen has been on the board of editors for The Antitrust Source, an online publication from the American Bar Association’s Section of Antitrust Law.

Employment History

Finance Scholars Group
Consulting economist

Edgeworth Economics
Vice president
2010 – 2012

The CapAnalysis Group, LLC
2006 – 2010

Ernst & Young, LLP
1998 – 2001

Professional Affiliations

American Economic Association

National Association of Business Economists

American Bar Association
Associate Member

Areas of Expertise


University of Florida
PhD, Economics, 2006
MA, Economics, 2004

James Madison University
BS, Economics, 1998


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“Kevin Christensen is ‘held in very high regard’ for his top-tier economic research across an array of industries.”