Areas of Expertise
- Damages & Lost Profit Analysis
- Data Analytics Testing
- Economic & Econometric Analysis
- Healthcare Fraud
- Labor and Workforce
- Litigation Strategy
- Litigation Support
- Real Estate Fraud
- Labor Markets
- MS University of Wisconsin
- Ph.D University of Wisconsin
- BS Universidad de Chile
- MS Universidad de Chile
- 2 Years with Firm
- 3 Years of Relevant Experience
Dr. Claudia González Martínez joined GlassRatner (now doing business as B. Riley Advisory Services) in November 2019. Claudia is an economist with over seventeen years of post-doctoral experience centered on program/impact evaluation, health care, and labor markets.
Prior to joining the firm, Dr. González Martínez spent ten years working as a Federal Contractor leading and supporting several different engagements for diverse U.S. Government agencies. These engagements include impact evaluation and analytics projects for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), the Chief Evaluation Office of the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL), and the U.S. Department of Treasury's Debt Management Services (DMS), among others. In particular, Dr. González Martínez was the Project Director for the impact and program evaluation of the nationwide Partnership for Patients 2.0 initiative and the Director of Analytics for the Beneficiary and Family Centered Care National Coordinating Oversight and Review Center.
Previously, Dr. González Martínez worked for over six years as a litigation economic consultant in the areas of labor and employment and healthcare. She has evaluated claims of discrimination based on gender, national origin, race, age, and disability in a wide variety of employment practices, including salary, total compensation, promotions, bonuses, performance ratings, hiring, dismissals, layoffs, and overtime. She has consulted on a wide range of additional employment issues, including claims related to FLSA, NLRA, and related state laws. As a litigation economic consultant, Dr. González Martínez also analyzed (1) potential anti-competitive and quality of service consequences of hospital mergers, hospital-insurance mergers, and insurance mergers for several geographical markets; and (2) the pharmaceutical industry and its pricing policies and schemes.
During her years of experience, Dr. González Martínez has analyzed and worked with large and complex datasets. These include, among others, the American Community Survey, the Decennial Census of Population, Current Population Survey, Medicare and Medicaid claims data, other countries micro data, confidential Federal databases, many private corporations' personnel history and payroll files, and several large prices and statistics compendia.
Dr. González Martínez received her M.S. and Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and her M.S. and B.S. in Civil Industrial Engineering from the Universidad de Chile.