Dr. David Colino is an expert in applied microeconomics and finance who specializes in the application of statistical and econometric tools to litigation and business consulting matters. Dr. Colino’s work focuses on the economics of antitrust and intellectual property, for which he provides rigorous economic and quantitative analysis to address issues of class certification, liability, and damages. He has worked on cases in industries such as electronic components and financial derivatives, and has analyzed economic issues related to antitrust class certification in monopolization and price fixing claims.
Dr. Colino’s academic research has focused on the economics of innovation and intellectual property and he has instructed courses in statistics, microeconomics, and industrial organization, as well as advanced graduate classes focusing on core issues in antitrust and regulation. Dr. Colino is an articulate and effective communicator who is fluent in three languages. He was awarded numerous prizes and fellowships during his academic studies.
Dr. Colino earned his PhD in economics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology; his Master in economics and finance from CEMFI, Spain; and he is an Ingénieur Polytechnicien from the Ecole Polytechnique, France.