Kevin Stahler is an Associate at Intensity. He is experienced in the application of economic theory, statistical methods for economic and financial analysis, macroeconomic research, and large data analysis. Mr. Stahler applies his expertise to develop predictive models, perform comprehensive and extensive economic analyses, and conduct tests to generate practical outcomes to assist clients in evaluating complex business decisions.
Examples of Mr. Stahler’s work include the following projects:
| Assessment of lost profits resulting from alleged false advertising in the consumer packaged goods industry. Analyzed input pricing, consumer preferences, and marketplace dynamics within a fast-growing packaged goods domain to estimate the economic effects of alleged false advertising claims.
| Evaluation of the value of patented technology within specialized telecommunications system. Determined lost profits and reasonable royalty damages for features relating to a specialized telecommunications platform by analyzing industry market shares, customer demand, economic substitutes, and contribution of the technology to overall sales and profitability.
| Development of predictive macroeconomic models. Evaluated large volumes of economic data and contributed to the development of predictive macroeconomic models that track the path of the U.S. business cycles.
Prior to joining Intensity, Mr. Stahler provided research expertise at a major international economics think tank in Washington, D.C. where he wrote extensively on topics of trade and macroeconomic policy. His work is published in peer-reviewed economic policy journals. Mr. Stahler also has experience in private sector and federal government consulting.
Mr. Stahler earned his M.A. in International Affairs in International Economics from the University of California, San Diego, and his B.A. in History, with highest honors, from the University of California, Berkeley.