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Ms. Hamilton has deep experience applying economic theory in matters related to big data, technology, and white collar investigations. She specializes in deriving insights and designing analyses from structured and unstructured data.

Through numerous projects involving complicated data, Ms. Hamilton has developed expertise in decoding complex data systems. She deploys this robust skillset to interpret data and produce high-quality analyses, and is skilled in communicating technical issues and providing creative solutions. Her work has focused on technology (such as software, multi-sided platforms, and e-commerce), regulatory investigations, kickback schemes, and transfer pricing.

Ms. Hamilton’s clients – including the US Department of Justice (DOJ), the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), and numerous corporations – know her as a hands-on consultant who provides support and insight in every phase of a case, including investigation, formulation of analysis, report development, deposition, and trial support.

The Social and Economic Contributions of the Life Insurance Industry
September 2020
David Cummins, Michael I. Cragg, Bin Zhou, Jehan deFonseka , and Sarah Hamilton
Funded by MetLife, Inc.

A 2018 whitepaper that has been updated to include new statistics through April 2020 discussing the role of life insurance as a critical driver of economic growth that helps provide stability for the U.S. economy while delivering financial protection to millions of American families.

News & Events
September 21, 2020
Updated Report by Brattle Economists Finds That the Life Insurance Industry Continues to Drive Economic Growth and Promote Stability

Brattle economists have conducted another critical review of the life insurance industry statistics as of April 2020, publishing a new “The Social and Economic Contributions of the Life Insurance Industry” report in September 2020.