Economist and expert witness Dr. Philip J. Cross of Kenyon Consulting LLC will be featured on Close Up Radio

WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, USA, March 25, 2022 / — Close Up Radio announced today that it will feature economist and expert witness Dr. Philip J. Cross in an exclusive live interview. two games with hosts Jim Masters and Doug Llewelyn on March 29 and April 5 at 10 a.m. EDT.

Dr. Philip Cross is the founder of Kenyon Consulting LLC, where he provides economic and statistical consulting services to law firms, corporations, non-profit organizations and government agencies.

Dr. Cross has considerable experience in class action and antitrust matters as well as general counsel for businesses and governments. His experience as a litigation consultant includes the preparation of expert reports and testimony in class action lawsuits, antitrust cases, lost profits in breach of contract cases and lost wages in wrongful dismissal and wrongful death.

Dr. Cross specializes in econometrics, which combines statistical analysis with economic theory to draw conclusions about economic outcomes. Dr. Cross has worked on a wide range of litigation on both the plaintiff and defense side. He says both parties are happy to retain him because they know he will provide unbiased, science-based economic and statistical analysis.

“There’s a lot of math and statistics involved in economics, and I like that kind of stuff,” says Dr. Cross. “I’m a bit of a nerd. I like doing calculations.”

Unlike the economists you might see on cable news, who are usually macroeconomists, Dr. Cross is a microeconomist; it does not study the economy of large entities like countries, but rather the economy of small entities, like workers, customers, or businesses.

In a wrongful termination lawsuit, for example, Dr. Cross’s job is to calculate the impact of the alleged wrongful termination on the worker’s future wages.

“Microeconomics is fact-based,” says Dr. Cross. “There are economic experts who, unfortunately, can manipulate the data to give the customer the figure they want. That’s not how I operate. You might get a better number from one of these other experts, but at the expense of a solid, defensible, and scientifically-based analysis backing up the number.

Originally from Australia, Dr. Cross spent 20 years as an economist in academia, government and consulting.

Prior to starting Kenyon Consulting, Dr. Cross taught in the Department of Economics at Georgetown University.

“Some of the analysis I do can be a bit high tech, and one of the skills of an expert witness is to break down technical concepts in a way that a lay audience can understand,” Dr. Cross says. “When I was teaching at Georgetown, some of my students picked it up pretty quickly while others struggled a bit with certain concepts. It was my job to teach all of them, regardless of their natural abilities. So, When I testify before a judge or jury, I draw on my experience teaching students, finding the right level of detail to explain what I’m saying in a way that I understand.

Listen to the show on BlogTalkRadio

If you have any questions for our guests, please call (347) 996-3389

For more information visit

Lou Ceparano
Television and radio close-up
+ +1 (631) 850-3314
write to us here
Visit us on social media:

Previous Internet praises 'off-the-clock' daycare worker who refused to change diapers
Next North Korean hackers target employees of news organizations, software companies and more via Chrome vulnerability