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M.S., Applied & Computational Mathematics, Johns Hopkins University, 2022

B.S., Economics, and B.A., History, Santa Clara University, 2014

Econ One, September 2018 – Present

Economists, Inc., July 2014 – August 2018

Santa Clara University, Research Assistant in Economics, 2013 - 2014

Kathryn Kaduck

Kathryn Kaduck is a Senior Managing Economist at Econ One, specializing in complex antitrust, consumer protection, and labor issues. With extensive experience across diverse industries such as finance, government services, sports, technology, and education, she is recognized for her expertise in developing economic impact models and market research studies that have been pivotal in certifying several class actions.

Ms. Kaduck has served as a guest lecturer on choice-based conjoint analysis at Georgetown University and on R Programming at Santa Clara University. In 2020, the American Antitrust Institute bestowed an Outstanding Achievement award to the legal team involved in In re GSE Bonds Antitrust Litigation, which relied upon Ms. Kaduck’s financial models as instrumental to the proof and estimation of damages.