Dr. Stephanie Cheng is an economist and an expert in providing economic insights through rigorous analysis to clients facing legal disputes and investigations. Her work focuses on several areas including commercial litigation, antitrust, labor and employment, and mergers and acquisition analysis across a broad range of industries including entertainment, education, consumer goods, and natural resources. Dr. Cheng has extensive experience leading teams of consultants to conduct empirical analyses of economic issues and presenting analytical insights in expert reports. Throughout her work, she excels in presenting complex data findings and implications in a clear and accessible way to attorneys and other non-economists.
Dr. Cheng's academic research focused on economic analysis related to labor economics, the economics of science, and innovation. In her dissertation, she examined factors affecting the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) trainee labor market and provided insight into improving diversity in the scientific workforce. She regularly presents to audiences at industry and academic conferences on a variety of topics impacting litigation, business, and our economy.
- American Bar Association Young Economist Representative on the Membership Committee
- Business & Regulatory Consulting | 07.12.2022
Insights & News
- Blog, 11.01.2022
Edgeworth Economics President Chuck Fields and Principal Consultant Dr. Stephanie Cheng recently presented on this topic at the DC SHRM 2022 Annual Conference. This post summarizes their key takeaways from that event.
- Event, National Housing Center 1201 15th Street NW Washington, District of Columbia 20005 | 10.07.2022
DC SHRM is thrilled to return to an IN-PERSON format for our annual conference and expo! The conference is on Friday, October 7, 2022, from 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the National Housing Center in Washington, D.C. Dr. Stephanie Cheng and Chuck Fields will be speaking about people analytics and artificial intellegence.
- News, 01.06.2022
Massachusetts Appleseed Center for Law and Justice and pro bono partner Edgeworth Economics have teamed up to expand on the Appleseed Network’s prior study on school discipline of girls across racial groups in Kansas, Alabama, and Massachusetts.
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