Dr. Adam Gailey is in the Financial Economics Practice of CRA and is based in Washington, DC. He specializes in financial services litigation and regulatory compliance. Since returning to CRA in 2012, he has worked on numerous DOJ and CFPB investigations, class-action lawsuits, and regulatory compliance cases. His cases typically involve providing statistical and economic analyses of large amounts of data. Dr. Gailey has worked extensively on issues related to indirect auto finance and the Bayesian Improved Surname Geocoding method of proxying race and ethnicity. Prior to returning to CRA, Dr. Gailey was at the RAND Corporation, where he focused on developing models to provide economic projections on the health of future Americans and government expenditures in Medicare and Social Security.
PhD, Policy Analysis, Pardee RAND Graduate School
MPhil, Policy Analysis, Pardee RAND Graduate School
MS, Economics, University of Wisconsin-Madison
BA, Economics and Mathematics, Macalester College