B.A., Economics, University of Rochester, 2009
M.A., Applied Economics, Johns Hopkins University, 2014
Maggie Pagel has over 7 years of economic analysis experience across domestic litigation and international development projects. Maggie specializes in data management, interpretation and analysis for large and complex datasets, enabling her to combine quantitative results with qualitative research findings to establish and construct economic arguments.
Maggie has developed her econometric analysis skillset across a wide range of cases, industries and applications. Maggie’s litigation experience includes work on cases related to cartelization, monopolization, merger and acquisition cases, consumer fraud, and financial management and spans a wide variety of industries such as construction materials / inputs (pipes, drywall, cement), media, transport, healthcare, and financial markets, among others. She has extensive experience using econometric analysis in these cases to examine markets, estimate overcharges and calculate damages.
Industry analysis, econometric damage calculations, antitrust
Construction materials / inputs, media, transport, healthcare, financial markets