Edward H. Stein is an Analyst at Epsilon Economics specializing in applying economics to complex litigation. During his time at Epsilon Economics, Edward has performed analyses in various contexts, including reasonable royalties, lost profits, commercial success, domestic industry, and antitrust. He has also assisted in the valuation of mechanical patents, and in researching financial data from various industries, including pharmaceuticals and music.
Edward graduated from Northwestern University with a B.A. in Economics and History and spent a year in Jena, Germany pursuing a Masters in Politics.