Kaycea T. Campbell, PhD
, is an Economist
specializing in Statistical Analysis, Probability Theory, Econometric Analysis, Labor Market Analysis, and Business Damages Calculations
. She earned an MA in Economics from University of Southern California and a PhD in Economics / Management from Claremont Graduate University.
For over 10 years, Dr. Campbell has been providing economic reports and advise to both plaintiff and defense attorneys on civil cases that involve:
- Personal Injury
- Wrongful Death
- Employment Disputes - Discrimination, Wages and Hours
- Healthcare Loss Analysis
- Lost Business Profits
As a trained economist with quantitative and technical skills that are grounded in scientific theory, Dr. Campbell helps juries understand how to value and analyze earning potential or calculate losses based on a set of variables unique to each case.
Dr. Campbell is a competent researcher who has published several articles in her field of expertise. She is an Assistant Professor at Pierce College in Los Angeles, CA where she teaches Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, and related Economic Theory courses and an Adjunct Instructor at the University of La Verne in La Verne, CA where she instructs both graduate and undergraduate students in Economics and Business courses.
Previously, Dr. Campbell worked as a Teaching Assistant, instructing Macroeconomics and Microeconomics at the University of Southern California in L.A., one of the world’s leading private research universities. There, she was honored with its Outstanding Teaching Award. She also worked as a Research Assistant for the non-profit George Beckford Foundation of Caribbean Economy in Jamaica. Dr. Campbell has also acted as a Healthcare Economist Consultant for the non-profit L.A. Care Health Plan and as a Business Consultant with the Cosmic Blue Group of Companies.