Bartley is a Principal at Keystone Strategy and is based in their Boston office. As a Principal, Bartley leads economic consulting projects primarily focused on digital competition, privacy, algorithmic auditing, developer innovation, technology, and regulatory issues facing digital platforms. Through his work, Bartley designs and maps academic research into industry and regulatory solutions to push the cutting edge. Bartley also provides support around the research and analysis for Keystone’s economic experts and the development of economist at Keystone.
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 and taught an array of econ. He also holds a B.A. in Economics and Computer Science from Williams College. Bartley was a graduate student instructor at the University of Michigan where he taught an array of economic courses.
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.
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