Dan Ding is an expert in applying economic and statistical analysis to large-scale antitrust matters, particularly in the areas of price fixing and class certification. He has extensive experience in building and analyzing large, complex datasets for clients across a wide variety of industries. During the litigation stages, Mr. Ding is skilled in conducting comprehensive and rigorous testing for numerous types of econometric models and guiding clients through these technical analyses in a simple and straightforward manner.

Mr. Ding also manages Edgeworth’s training program. He works with Edgeworth’s training team to implement robust programs designed to provide exposure to the tools used at Edgeworth and develop new training initiatives to ensure that the skills of Edgeworth’s team of consultants are at the cutting edge of the industry.


  • Research Assistant, Columbia University
  • Graduate Teaching Assistant, Columbia University



  • Electronic Components
  • Construction Materials
  • Agricultural Products
  • Automotive Parts
  • Medical Devices


Mr. Ding received his MIA in economic policy from Columbia University and his BA in economics and MA in international economics and finance, graduating with distinction, from Brandeis University.

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