Dr. Cragg has extensive consulting, research, and expert witness experience in corporate finance, financial services, and valuation.

Dr. Cragg has testified in state and federal courts as well as in regulatory proceedings nationwide. His expertise includes consulting on risk and financial management matters, with a focus on leading teams in complex litigation.

He has assisted corporations, the US Department of Justice, and the Internal Revenue Service in developing economic and financial testimony in a variety of finance and tax litigation. Dr. Cragg recently played a key role in the closely watched case regarding the government’s treatment of AIG, as well as in the highly-publicized Long Term Capital Management litigation and Eaton’s and Glaxo’s recent transfer pricing disputes.

Prior to joining the firm, Dr. Cragg was a founding partner of Cambridge Finance Partners, LLC where he served as a consultant and expert witness on litigation cases in the financial services, pharmaceutical, electric and gas, and high-tech industries. He was also formerly a partner at Bates White and a Vice President at Analysis Group, where he focused on antitrust, intellectual property, and competition analysis.

Dr. Cragg began his career as a Professor of Economics at Columbia University and the UCLA Andersen School of Management. He was also a consultant at RAND, and a Senior Economist in the Capital Markets Section of the Milken Institute. His research has been sponsored by a range of institutions and foundations including the NSF and NIH. Dr. Cragg currently serves as a Coeditor of The Economists’ Voice.

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Education

Stanford University, PhD in Finance and Economics

University of British Columbia, MA

Princeton University, BSE

Mike has many interests outside of work including kiteboarding, playing hockey, skiing, art, and architecture. He also enjoys spending time with his family.