Patrick is an Associate in the Boston office. He received his M.A. in Applied Economics at Florida State University. As a graduate assistant at the university’s Office of Institutional Research, he developed his people-centric approach to data analysis and economics while creating visualizations and statistical analyses of student data, and writing for two think tanks before founding his own.
At Keystone, Patrick continues to work towards becoming an economist by contributing to landmark cases in antitrust & competition matters and collecting interesting papers for the team. He is a member of the American Economic Association and the National Association for Business Economics.
Outside of work, he plays electric guitar, peruses thrift stores, and explores the quests and virtual economy of the game RuneScape.