Andreas Kropf provides economic, financial, and statistical analysis and expert support in regulatory investigations and litigation. Dr. Kropf specializes in matters involving financial markets, financial institutions, and securities litigation, which often require the analysis of large, complex datasets. His experience covers a range of industries, with an emphasis on financial institutions. Dr. Kropf has worked on matters involving the U.S. Department of Justice, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, and the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Academic research and publications
- “Fixed Costs per Shipment,” with Philip Sauré, Journal of International Economics 92: 1, 2014.
- “The Arrival of Cheap Goods: Measuring the Impact of Chinese Import Competition on Nordic Prices,” with Raphael A. Auer and Andreas M. Fischer, Sveriges Riksbank Economic Review, 2012: 2.
- Swiss National Bank, Zurich, Switzerland