Labor and Employment Expert Dr. Stephen Bronars Joins Edgeworth Economics
May 27, 2015
Edgeworth Economics is pleased to announce that Dr. Stephen G. Bronars has joined the firm as a Partner in the Washington, D.C., office. Dr. Bronars is an economic and statistical expert specializing in the area of labor and employment. He testifies and consults on a variety of issues, including class certification and liability issues in discrimination matters, selections in hiring, and wage and hours disputes. Dr. Bronars brings his expertise in the statistical analysis of large, complex databases to both class actions and single plaintiff cases at the federal and state levels.
Dr. Bronars has held faculty positions at Yale University; Georgetown University; the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania; the University of Texas at Austin; the University of California, Santa Barbara; and Texas A&M University. He has published extensively on the topics of labor economics, econometrics, and microeconomics, among others. His analysis and commentary has been featured on CNN’s The Situation Room and Good Morning America, as well as by the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and Bloomberg, among others. Dr. Bronars has participated in Senate committee meetings, working to draft new legislation regarding immigration matters.
“Dr. Bronars brings a vast array of economic expertise in both the private and public sectors,” said Dr. John Johnson, President and CEO of Edgeworth Economics. “We are honored to have Stephen join our exceptional team of labor and employment experts. With his diverse experiences in economic and statistical consulting, academia, and public policy, Dr. Bronars will be an incredible asset to our clients.”
“Edgeworth Economics is at the forefront of transforming how economic and statistical issues are considered in labor and employment litigation and business matters,” said Dr. Bronars. “And, I am excited to join them in this work.”
Dr. Bronars earned his Ph.D. and M.A. in economics from the University of Chicago and his B.A. in economics from the University of Illinois.