Founded in 2001, Precision Economics provides economic expertise for litigation, regulation, and public policy. International law firms, multinational corporations, trade associations, and governments engage our senior economists in the areas of transfer pricing, intellectual property, international trade, commercial damages, and public policy.
Precision Economics is headquarted at the site of Washington, DC’s historic Seven Buildings pictures above (in 1865). Built in 1796, these town homes housed the French Embassy, the British Embassy, Vice President Elbridge Gerry, Vice President Martin Van Buren, and President James Madison. In later years, the Seven Buildings became the site of the first Peoples Drug store. Only two of the original seven home fronts remain today, as facades of the Mexican Embassy.
Outside of our consulting practice, Precision Economics devotes time to assist challenging initiatives in Economics and Mathematics, including:
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
The Mathematical Association of America
The Gerald R. Ford Presidential Foundation
Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology
The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis
American Councils for International Education
Johns Hopkins University
The University of Pennsylvania
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