Office: Boise, ID
Ph.D. Economics, Boston College
M.A. Economics, Boston College
B.A. Mathematics and Economics (with honors), Rutgers College
Kevin is Managing Director of ECONorthwest’s Boise office, a Senior Economist, and an Expert Witness. He is experienced in labor and health economics, public policy, and commercial litigation and antitrust matters. His public policy research focuses on the economics of aging and patterns of labor force withdrawal, including bridge job employment and re-entry, retirement income, occupational changes later in life, self employment, and the role of employer-provided pensions in the retirement decisions of older workers. Kevin's expert testimony experience spans a variety of industries, including: pharmaceuticals, pharmacy benefit management, banking, real estate, payment cards, and airlines. He actively publishes and presents his research at academic conferences across the country and internationally. Prior to joining ECONorthwest, Kevin was a manager at Analysis Group, a national economic consulting firm based in Boston, Massachusetts.
Recent Speaking Engagements
Boston Public Radio, "Getting Older, Getting Hired"
Inside E Street, AARP, "Building Your Bridge to Retirement"Download Resume