Daniel Flores is an economist and managing director and head of the Washington, DC office of Econ One.
Dr Flores has spent the past two decades teaching, conducting research and consulting in the field of economics. He has taught economics at the University of Barcelona, Boston University and Skidmore College. His research and consulting activities have included valuation and analysis of the economic effects of regulation and of anticompetitive conduct in a variety of industries, including agriculture, chemicals, construction materials, electricity, finance and banking, minerals and mining, oil and gas, pharmaceuticals, real estate, semiconductors, telecommunications and transportation.
Dr Flores has extensive experience in the economic analysis of damages arising from contract and investment disputes, anticompetitive conduct and intellectual property infringement. He has participated as an expert economist in civil litigation in the United States as well as in over 30 arbitration proceedings under ICC, ICSID, IACAC and UNCITRAL rules.
As an active contributor to the economics profession, Dr Flores has published in peer-reviewed academic journals, presented at professional meetings, refereed journal submissions and reviewed economic textbooks prior to publication.
Dr Flores has master’s and doctoral degrees in economics from Boston University, and a bachelor's degree in economics from the University of Barcelona.
Before joining Econ One, Dr Flores was an economics professor at Skidmore College, and had also taught economics at Boston University and at the University of Barcelona. He is fluent in Catalan, English, and Spanish.
WWL says: Daniel Flores is “an expert witness capable of summing up in common words great technical economic debates, allowing the tribunals to understand damage cases in an effective and quick way”.
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