Daniel Brown is an Associate at Intensity. His professional experience includes statistical analyses, quantitative analytics, and economic research and modeling. Mr. Brown applies his capabilities to perform rigorous economic analyses of large datasets, conduct comprehensive market research, and design tests to assist clients with complex decisions.
Examples of Mr. Brown’s work include the following projects:
| Evaluation of alleged copyright infringement pertaining to peer-to-peer file sharing networks. Researched and analyzed website traffic, music downloads, and company revenues to understand the economic effects relating to P2P file sharing in the music industry.
| Analysis of class-wide price impact in the semiconductor industry. Analysis of class-wide price impact in the semiconductor industry. Performed extensive statistical analysis and used econometric models to investigate the effects of alleged fraudulent behavior, and quantify its impact on purchasers.
| Price optimization for online retailer. Designed and implemented price optimization algorithms for a national online retailer. This enabled the retailer to construct a pricing strategy that responded to supply and demand for each of its products.
| Revenue forecast for private equity client. Developed a set of revenue forecasts for a potential acquisition target based on a combination of industry analysis, macroeconomic research, and company specific performance factors.
Prior to joining Intensity, Mr. Brown conducted research at the UC Berkeley School of Law concerning the impact of congressional district poverty rates on voting records.
Mr. Brown earned his B.A. degree in Economics from the University of California, Berkeley, where he graduated with Distinction.