David Campbell has more than 20 years of experience performing statistical and econometric analysis for clients in business and litigation consulting. His consulting practice focuses on healthcare, antitrust, and intellectual property matters. He has broad experience in a range of industries, including healthcare, biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, computer equipment, software, automobile parts and assembly, railroads, motion picture production and distribution, aerospace, telecommunications, metals, petrochemicals, natural gas pipelines, food processing, and real estate.

Dr. Campbell has been a visiting professor of economics at Pitzer College and Whittier College, where he taught econometrics, industrial organization, finance, and economic theory. He has also taught courses in antitrust economics, statistics, macroeconomics, and managerial economics at Loyola Marymount University, the University of Maryland, and Pepperdine University’s MBA program. 


University of Maryland
PhD, Economics, 1993

BA, Economics, 1980

Employment History

Wicomico Analytics Group
2006 - 2015

Pitzer College
Visiting assistant professor
2010 - 2011

Indian Institute of Management
Visiting professor
2007 - 2008

Whittier College
Visiting assistant professor
2003 - 2006

Analysis Group
Vice president
2000 - 2003

Capital Economics
1998 - 2000

KPMG Peat Marwick
Senior manager, Litigation Services
1995 - 1998

Arthur Andersen Economic Consulting
1993 - 1995

The Brookings Institution
Research associate
1990 - 1992

University of Maryland
Adjunct professor
1988 - 1990

U.S. Department of Justice
Research analyst
1982 - 1986



Teaching Excellence Award, Department of Economics, University of Maryland, 1988 and 1989

Outstanding Service Award, U.S. Department of Justice, 1986


Professional Affiliations

American Economics Association

American Bar Association, Antitrust and Intellectual Property Sections

Los Angeles Bar Association

Western Economics Association International