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Ph.D., Economics, Texas A&M University
Drs., Economics, Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam
Papers and Peer-Reviewed Publications
- Michel Vanderhart, “Personal Injury and Wrongful Death,” in Damages, edited by Kristopher A. Boushie, Christopher H. Spadea and Martin Cunniff, Chapter 14, 2011.
- Eugene Canjels, Jeffrey S. Gray and Michel J. Vanderhart. “Does Everyone Overstate the Number of Hours They Work? An Examination of Survey Response Bias among Salaried and Hourly Workers,” Working Paper, September 2006.
Michel is a Director at Analytics Research Group with over 20 years of experience in analyzing large complex databases. He specializes in the areas of financial and labor markets, statistical methods, and economic damages. Michel’s academic research has concentrated on the determinants of labor force participation and retirement as well as the role of immigrants in the U.S. labor market.
Michel has conducted studies for corporations, government agencies, and law firms on a variety of economic and statistical issues. He has special expertise in conducting economic and statistical analyses in cases involving questions of employment discrimination. He has assisted numerous clients under investigation by the EEOC and the OFCCP and has designed statistical models to analyze compensation and promotion decisions to determine whether individuals or groups of individuals were adversely treated. Dr. Vanderhart has also assisted clients in wage and hour and fair lending disputes addressing both liability and damages issues.
Michel has extensive experience in business consulting. He has developed statistical models to forecast product demand and to analyze pricing strategies. He has also conducted economic impact studies for various industries. These projects typically involved the collection, management, and analysis of large amounts of data.