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Location Consulting & Economic Development Professionals

Dan Levine, Practice Leader, Location Strategies

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Daniel Levine
Oxford Economics Inc.

For over twenty years, Dan Levine has been a leader in location consulting, economic development and incentive negotiation and he has applied his unique cross functional and strategic analytic framework to problems confronting clients ranging from leading companies (Citigroup, Novartis, Dyson); Trade Groups (Biotechnology Counsil of New Jersey); Economic Development Groups (Regional Business Partnership of Newark); Trade Unions, Educational Institutions and others. Previously, Dan was the Executive Director at ADP, Inc. where he led a team of professionals providing location and incentive services on engagements throughout the United States. Prior to joining ADP, Dan was the Assistant State Treasurer (Economic Development) for New Jersey where he Chaired the Commerce Commission and helped bring leading companies and new investments to the State of New Jersey (Towers Perrin, Pfizer, Cadbury Adams).

Earlier in his career, Dan held senior positions at Coopers & Lybrand (then PwC) and the New York City Department of Finance.

Dan earned his Masters Degree from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government and his Bachelors in Economics from the University of Chicago. He currently teaches Business Communication at the Rutgers Graduate School of Business and is a frequent public speaker. He also sits on the Editorial Boards of several trade publications and currently serves as a councilman in Fanwood, NJ.

Hamilton Galloway - Head, US Consulting

Hamilton Galloway leads Oxford Economics US Consulting Services - A team focused on delivering quality, customized research, analysis and impact modeling services to a range of private and public organizations. Prior to joining Oxford Economics, Mr. Galloway led consulting services at Economic Modeling Specialists Int'l (EMSI). Mr. Galloway's work included building a consultancy presence in the US, conducting bespoke economic and labor market research and engaging public and private sector clients. During the past two years, he lived and worked in the UK where he focused on developing data-driven, decision-making analytics and reports for use across public entities and education. Some of Hamilton's past economic development projects include: developing sector strategies for Kentucky; transitioning the workforce and economic focus of Florida's space coast after NASA stopped the Shuttle program; identifying workforce opportunities for rural Arkansas after the DoD shut down a chemical weapons disassembly facility; and building a comprehensive economic development strategy to diversify central Florida's industry sector portfolio.

Dan Martin- Economist, Labor & Applied Econometrics

Dan has worked on numerous projects that examined labor productivity, economic impact, and logistics. These include economic impact studies using IMPLAN software; a detailed examination of wage and productivity relationships in certain labor segments; and using input- output models to isolate transportation costs to and from specific export markets. Before coming to Oxford Economics, Dan completed a PhD in economics from Clark University with focuses in labor and applied econometrics. His dissertation work explored trends in workers' job stability in the context of search-matching models. While a doctoral student, he worked for one year in the research division of the central bank of Luxembourg. Before pursuing doctoral studies, Dan worked in the Office of Compliance at the US Environmental Protection Agency, where he helped craft goals and measures for the national strategic enforcement priorities and co-wrote a report on recidivism in the civil enforcement program. Dan has a BS in geological and environmental sciences from Stanford University and an MA in economics from New York University.