Michael Lindbloom is a Manager at Resolution Economics, an economics and statistics consulting firm with offices in Los Angeles, Chicago, Washington, D.C., New York, and Charlotte. He holds a PhD in Agricultural Economics from Kansas State University with focuses on natural resource economics, econometrics, and applied microeconomics. While at Kansas State University, Dr. Lindbloom was awarded a PhD Research Fellowship from the National Science Foundation’s IGERT Biofuel program to conduct an economic feasibility study on harvesting native Kansas grasses for biofuel production. He has more than five years of experience teaching economics at the college level including three years as a full-time Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics at Elmhurst College, Elmhurst, IL.
As a consultant, Dr. Lindbloom has prepared forensic economic analysis reports for employment, personal injury, wrongful death, and commercial litigation matters for both state and federal courts. He has experience calculating damages including the loss of past and future wages and benefits, the loss of profits and business income, the loss of household services, the loss of value of life, and punitive damages. Additionally, Dr. Lindbloom has assisted counsel in preparing for depositions and co-authored rebuttal opinions to opposing economic expert reports and testimony.
Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics, Kansas State University
M.S. Agribusiness Economics, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
B.S. in Economics and Finance, University of Illinois at Chicago