Bartley is a Senior Principal in the Boston office. His work involves liaising with experts from diverse fields to achieve the interdisciplinary collaboration necessary to tackle complex technology matters. He takes a first principles approach to identify the relevant microfoundations underlying problems. His work at Keystone has spanned across digital competition, algorithmic auditing, smartphone innovation, advertising technology, and other regulatory issues facing digital platforms. He currently spearheads projects focused on digital privacy, digital advertising, news, and generative AI.
Bartley earned both his M.A. and Ph.D. in economics from the University of Michigan, where he researched microeconomic theory with an emphasis on environments of incomplete information, along with fields in labor and industrial organization. At Michigan, he was a graduate instructor and taught an array of economics courses. He also holds a B.A. in Computer Science and Economics from Williams College.
Beyond economics, Bartley enjoys video games, improv, and graphic novels. His favorite aspects of Keystone are the people and the opportunity to answer the questions that drive him.