Bartley is an Engagement Manager for Keystone Strategy located in their Boston office. Here, he leads the economic consulting work on behalf of several global brands whose industries include technology, consumer goods, and telecommunications. His work includes project management and research, analysis for Keystone’s economic experts, and economist training for the firm’s Economics Team. Bartley received both his M.A. and Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Michigan, where his studies focused on microeconomic theory with an emphasis on environments of incomplete information. He also holds a B.A. in Economics and Computer Science from Williams College. Bartley was a graduate student instructor at the University of Michigan where he taught an array of economic courses.
In his downtime, Bartley enjoys playing video games and ultimate Frisbee. His favorite things about working at Keystone are the people and the opportunity to answer the questions that drive him.