Michael Salve, PhD is a senior managing director in FTI Consulting’s economic consulting services practice based in New York City.
Dr Salve is an applied economist with experience in advanced quantitative methods, microeconomics, industrial organisation, statistical and economic studies, financial damages cases and commercial disputes.
With more than 20 years of experience in quantifying economic damages in complex litigation, Dr Salve primarily focuses on complex litigation projects ranging from matters in the Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC), Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (SCC), Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC), international ICSID (the World Bank’s International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes) and ICC (International Chamber of Commerce) International Court of Arbitration.
Dr Salve has lectured regarding the benefits of using quantum experts in arbitration matters to the Shanghai CIETAC arbitration board and its various members and has testified several times on behalf of Chinese state-owned entities in international arbitration. He has performed several tours of interviews throughout mainland China to understand both the profitability metrics and technologies in dispute.
Dr Salve has also testified before the ICC International Court of Arbitration in New York City and the American Arbitration Association in Boston, Massachusetts and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
He holds a doctorate in economics, with concentrations in both applied econometric and statistical techniques and industrial organisation. He currently serves as an adjunct faculty member at Hunter College in New York City where he teaches econometrics, and law and economics, in the graduate economics programme.
WWL says: Michael Salve is described as “one of the premier experts in this field”, specialising in econometrics and statistical analysis and impressing clients with his “close attention to detail”.
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