Navigant Economics, a subsidiary of Navigant, provides economic and financial analysis to corporations, law firms, and government agencies. Our areas of expertise include antitrust and competition policy, securities and finance, intellectual property, regulation, labor and employment, and transfer pricing. Our experts are leading academic and industry professionals with backgrounds in economics, finance, and accounting. Many of our experts are faculty at leading academic institutions.
Our analyses are grounded in economic theory and guided by the latest scholarly research. We base expert advice and testimony on an in-depth understanding of the relevant facts combined with application of economic theory and supported by rigorous empirical analysis.
Many of the consulting professionals of Navigant Economics are affiliated with leading academic institutions, including The University of Chicago, Georgetown University, Northwestern University, George Mason University School of Law, Loyola University Chicago School of Law, and University of Virginia. In addition to our full-time professional staff, we maintain relationships with a wide range of academic affiliates and expert consultants, including distinguished professors engaged in relevant economic and financial research and former top-level government officials. Our experts are closely involved in each engagement – a key to better service and better results – and they are supported by staff experienced in the theory and application of state-of-the-art models in economic and financial analysis.
Navigant Economics was formed in January 2010 through the combination of two highly respected economic consulting firms – Chicago Partners and Empiris.
Our practice areas include:
» Antitrust and Competition Analysis
» Auctions and Market Design
» Class Certification
» Communications and the Internet
» Consumer Protection
» Finance, Securities Litigation and Valuation
» Healthcare and Pharmaceuticals
» Intellectual Property
The opinions expressed in these papers and articles reflect the views and the work of the authors rather than the views of the institution. Navigant Economics takes pride in the independence of its Experts and thus their views, their research on behalf of Clients, and their final analyses which support their expert opinions
March 8, 2013
Dr. Hal Singer, a Managing Director and Principal at Navigant Economics, has released a new report titled "The Consumer Benefits of Efficient Mobile-Number-Portability Administration." Dr. Singer finds that Americans have the most efficient number portability system in the world, resulting in billions of dollars in annual savings for wireless customers. In addition, any disruption to the number portability system’s efficiency could potentially have a significant impact on wireless consumers. To read the report, please click here.
February 14, 2013
Jeff Eisenach, a Managing Director and Principal at Navigant Economics, was interviewed during Fox Business’ “The Willis Report” on Wednesday, February 13. During the interview, Dr. Eisenach discusses the cyber security executive order. Please click here to watch.
January 31, 2013
Brookings Institution Press has published an e-book by Navigant’s Hal Singer, titled The Need for Speed: A New Framework for Telecommunications Policy for the 21st Century. Dr. Singer and his co-author, Dr. Robert Litan, Director of Research at Bloomberg Government, argue that given the speed of innovation in the telecom industry, the Federal Communications Commission’s outdated policies and rules are inhibiting investment, specifically in fast broadband networks. The e-book is now available in the Kindle edition. Dr. Singer and Dr. Litan were interviewed on C-SPAN’s The Communicators show to discuss the book.
January 2, 2013
Dr. Hal Singer, Navigant Economics Managing Director, is speaking on January 3 at the Phoenix Center’s 2012 Annual U.S. Telecoms Symposium. He will give a preview of his forthcoming e-book, The Need for Speed (Brookings 2013), which offers specific policies to expand broadband deployment and to reform the Federal Communications Commission. Other panelists include U.S. Representative Marsha Blackburn and FCC Commissioner Robert M. McDowell. The event will be held at the Washington D.C. University Club, which is located at 1135 16th Street, N.W.
December 5, 2012
Navigant (NYSE: NCI) announced today that it has acquired the business of AFE Consulting (AFE), an economic consulting firm providing expert and advisory services to clients with legal, business, and other analytical challenges. The addition of Dr. Mukesh Bajaj, founder of AFE, along with 30 AFE professionals, results in a Navigant Economics team of more than 130 professionals. The acquisition of AFE also strengthens Navigant Economics’ presence in New York and the San Francisco Bay Area. Please click here for the press release.
Click here for more news.