BiographyRussell Lamb is an expert in the economics of markets, competitive analysis and applied econometrics. Dr. Lamb has offered expert opinion and consulted on matters involving class-certification and economic damage issues in both antitrust and RICO cases. He has developed sophisticated econometric models measuring damages in horizontal price-fixing conspiracies and consumer fraud across a variety of industries, including matters in the United Kingdom and Australia. Prior to consulting, Dr. Lamb served as an economist at the Federal Reserve Board for and then taught economics at North Carolina State University. He has an extensive background in analysis of agricultural markets.
Dr. Lamb is the author of more than 50 articles in a wide-range of peer-reviewed economics journals, trade press, and major newspapers. Dr. Lamb is currently an adjunct professor in economics at The George Washington University, where he teaches managerial economics in the MBA program.
Ph.D. in Economics, University of Pennsylvania
M.A., Economics, University of Maryland
B.A, Economics, University of Tennessee, summa cum laude
Econ One, August 2006 to date
The George Washington University, Adjunct Professor, 2004 - present
Navigant Consulting, February 2006 – July 2006
Nathan Associates, 2004 – January 2006
North Carolina State University, 1999 – 2004
Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, 1997 – 1999
Federal Reserve Board, Washington, D.C. 1994 – 1996
U.S. District Court
North Carolina Industrial Commission