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AACG Expert Quoted by The Washington Post about Bid Rigging

In the District, six firms took turns winning tax liens on properties worth $540 million. The odds that their irregular bidding pattern was a coincidence? An AACG team of economists led by Dr. Daniel Levy performed analyses to determine how often bidders deviated from their expected bidding.  They found that six tax lien companies stood […]

AACG Principal Economist Dr. Timothy J. Tardiff Publishes Economic Analysis of Protected Profits Benchmark in the Antitrust Law Journal

Read more: The Protected Profits Benchmark: Input Price, Retail Price, or Both?

AACG Published Research about New OFCCP Compensation Guidelines

Advanced Analytical Consulting Group’s (“AACG”) Senior Economist Audrius Girnius’ article has been published in Employment Law 360. The lack of specificity in the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs’ new compensation guidelines may be frustrating to federal contractors, but the upside may be that the OFCCP will now try to accurately model the contractor’s compensation […]

U.S. Congress Hears New AACG Research about Self-Insured Health Plans

For the third consecutive year, Advanced Analytical Consulting Group’s (“AACG”) research about employer funding of workers’ health benefits was presented to Congress and is now available on the Department of Labor website and at www.AACG.com/healthcare. Among other results, the report documents diverging trends among smaller and larger employers: smaller employers are increasingly purchasing insurance for […]

AACG Finance Expert Speaks at Financial Management Association Annual Meeting

Dr. Levy will speak at the Financial Management Association annual meeting held October 17-20, 2012 on a panel session about financial experts in litigation. Other panelists include expert witnesses and litigation specialists from the Securities and Exchange Commission and Purdue University. Dr. Levy’s presentation will concentrate on the need for an expert witness to understand […]

AACG Published Research on Employee Salary Differences

Advanced Analytical Consulting Group’s (“AACG”) Senior Economist Audrius Girnius‘ article has been published in Employment Law 360. The article discusses ongoing academic research in sociology and economics which has sought to address differences in salaries among various groups of employees, especially differences in salaries between men and women. Scholars have (1) investigated differences in negotiating […]

AACG Research about Self-Insured Health Plans Presented to Congress

Advanced Analytical Consulting Group’s (“AACG”) research about workers’ health insurance was presented to Congress and is now available on the Department of Labor website or at www.AACG.com/healthcare . The research quantified how companies fund their corporate health benefits, which could have important implications for the risk of corporate defaults on health benefit claims. It also […]

AACG Expert Dr. Timothy Tardiff on Boise NPR

On the eve of the Qwest/CenturyLink merger, Interviewer Adam Cotterell asks informed experts including Dr. Timothy Tardiff of AACG if Idaho made a mistake in deregulating its phone industry. https://www.aacg.com/extras/bspr-Qwesting.mp3

AACG Expert Quoted by The Christian Science Monitor about Major Merger

The proposed merger of AT&T and T-Mobile presents the Obama administration with a major anti-trust dilemma. Federal regulators will consider several factors to determine whether to allow the two telecom competitors to merge. Read More: Read Complete News Story

Advanced Analytical Consulting Group (AACG) Expands its Labor and Finance Capabilities

Advanced Analytical Consulting Group (AACG), an economic, statistical, and computing consulting firm, is pleased to announce that Dr. Audrius Girnius has joined the firm as a Senior Economist within the Litigation and Disputes practice. Dr. Girnius brings his expertise and extensive experience in microeconomics, statistics, and econometrics to AACG. Read More: Download Press Release