Analysis Group

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Analysis Group
Type Private
Industry Economic consulting
Founded 1981
Headquarters Boston, Massachusetts
10 offices in the U.S. and Canada
Key people Martha Samuelson, President and CEO
Products Expert services
Employees 600

Analysis Group, Inc. (AG) founded in 1981,[1] is one of the largest economic consulting firms based in North America. The firm provides economic, financial and strategic analysis and expert testimony to law firms, corporations, and government agencies.[2][3]

Analysis Group employs more than 500 professionals, most of whom have advanced degrees in economics, law, finance, accounting, or business.[3] It has been named as a best place to work by both the Boston Globe[4] and[5] In November 2013, Analysis Group was ranked first in the "large company" category of the Boston Globe's "Top Places to Work” in Massachusetts poll for the second consecutive year. The firm has consistently appeared in these rankings for the past six years, and was also in the top 10 in 2009 and 2010. Analysis Group has also been named a “Vault Consulting 50” firm for several years running. In November 2013, Analysis Group was noted as one of the top 100 women-led businesses in Massachusetts in a survey by the Commonwealth Institute and Boston Globe.[6] In 2010, Boston Business Journal named Analysis Group the ninth-largest woman-led business in Massachusetts, based on 2009 revenues.[7] In 2007, Analysis Group was named the seventh-largest woman-led business in Massachusetts by Babson College's Center for Women's Leadership, with revenues of $150 million at the time.[8]

Major competitors include Charles River Associates, Cornerstone Research, Compass Lexecon, and NERA Economic Consulting.

The President and CEO of Analysis Group is Martha S. Samuelson. She was elected to the International Who's Who of Competition Lawyers and Economists (2012) and Euromoney's Guide to the World's Leading Competition and Antitrust Lawyers/Economists (2012). She participated in a 2011 executive roundtable discussion on finding and retaining talented people, published as part of the Boston Globe "Top Places to Work" feature.[9] She discussed how the organization fosters leadership, accountability, and mentoring relationships in a 2010 interview with The New York Times.[10]

Practice areas[edit]

Accounting Litigation Services; Antitrust & Competition; Bankruptcy & Restructuring; Commercial Litigation & Damages; Corporate Transaction Litigation; Energy; Entertainment & Media; Environment & Natural Resources; Financial Institutions; Health Care Consulting Services; Intellectual Property; Labor & Employment; Securities & Financial Instruments; Strategy & Analytics; Surveys & Experimental Studies; Tax; Telecommunications; Valuation.

Office locations[edit]

Offices in the U.S. – Boston (Headquarters), Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Los Angeles, Menlo Park, New York, San Francisco, Washington, D.C.

Offices Outside the U.S. – Beijing, Montreal