Edgeworth Economics is at the forefront of econometric analysis for complex discrimination litigation, conducting analyses of compensation, hiring, terminations, and all other employment actions.

Our team applies tailored, innovative, and cutting-edge techniques to cases involving allegations of all types of discrimination. We are experts at analyzing compensation, applicant flow, and employment data, among other sources. Edgeworth provides expert testimony and consulting services on matters such as:

  • Econometric analyses related to allegations of discrimination involving pay, hiring, promotions, and terminations
  • Estimates of damages for class action, multi-plaintiff, and single plaintiff litigation such as wrongful terminations, failure to hire, and equal pay claims
  • Preparation of data and related statistical analyses in support of companies’ annual reporting obligations to government agencies such as the US Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) or the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
  • Statistical analyses in response to audits or investigations by government agencies

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Insights & News


  • Published Article, Law360 | 05.01.2020

    Headlines announcing impending layoffs and furloughs abound as the economy declines due to the spread of the COVID-19 virus and a downturn in the oil and gas sector. Depending on the demographics of their employees, some firms may be particularly susceptible to risk of adverse impact in layoff and furlough decisions.

  • Law360  | 05.12.2016

    The pay ranges specified in the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's proposed EEO-1 forms are broader than the pay differences it aims to detect. While the goal of determining instances of pay discrimination is sensible, the authors show that the proposed data collection system is unlikely to accomplish the objective.

  • Law360 | 10.09.2015

    In this Law360 article, Dr. Stephen Bronars and Dr. Nathan Woods discuss the possibly profound consequences of using external benchmarks when conducting analyses of age discrimination allegations.

  • Law360 | 11.01.2011

Edgeworth Insights

  • Blog, 01.11.2024

    Federal anti-discrimination laws in the U.S. protect applicants, employees, and former employees from employment discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, and genetic information. One dimension not included is discrimination based on an individual’s “caste.”

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