Candice specializes in the application of microeconomics and statistics to business and legal issues, including market manipulation, employment discrimination, securities fraud, and valuation matters. She has extensive experience in the analysis of large and complex data and the development of empirical analyses.
- Candice Rosevear
- Vice President, Chicago
- Financial Regulation;
Securities, Valuation, General Damages;
Her consulting expertise spans data analytics; financial modeling; economic damages; the valuation of complex financial instruments including swaps, options and other financially engineered products; the valuation of businesses and intangible assets; the analysis of class action securities fraud matters, including event study, market efficiency and damages analyses; and, the econometric evaluation of claims of race, gender and age discrimination in the workplace.
Candice has directed and managed the economic analyses of legal and business matters across a wide range of industries, including, healthcare, financial services, commodities, high-technology and retail.
She has over 10 years of experience in economics consulting. Prior to joining Global Economics Group, Candice was a Managing Consultant at Navigant Economics. Prior to that, she worked at Chicago Partners (an economics consulting firm) and the Indiana Supreme Court.
M.B.A., Economics, Finance, and Econometrics, The University of Chicago Booth School of Business
B.S., Business, with distinction, Indiana University
Candice’s recent work includes the Chicago Park District Economic Impact Study where she and colleagues developed an econometric model to value park district assets. The economic impact evaluation was part of a joint effort with various Chicago-area partners, results of which were shared with the Chicago Park District and the Office of the Mayor.