Alejandro Hoyos provides economic and financial analysis and expert support in all phases of commercial litigation, regulatory investigations, and international arbitrations. Dr. Hoyos leads teams using advanced statistical modeling techniques to analyze large data sets. He has examined price impact, loss causation, and damages issues in securities class actions, including Rule 10b-5, Section 11, and Section 12 claims. Dr. Hoyos has worked with respondents in enforcement actions involving the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the U.K. Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
Academic research and presentations
- “Identification of Average Marginal Effects under Misspecification When Covariates Are Normal,” with José Ignacio Cuesta, Jonathan M. V. Davis, and Andrew Gianou, Econometric Review 38 (2019).
- “Effects of Colombia’s Social Protection System on Workers’ Choice between Formal and Informal Employment,” with Adriana Camacho and Emily Conover, World Bank Economic Review 28 (2014).
Honors and awards
- Martin and Margaret Lee Prize, University of Chicago
- World Bank
- Inter-American Development Bank, Colombia