George Eads is an internationally known economist and senior-level executive. His experience includes working with the nation’s largest manufacturing corporation, serving in the highest-level policymaking councils of the federal government (including the post of special economics assistant to the assistant U.S. attorney general for antitrust), and holding leadership and teaching positions at major universities. The focal areas of his teaching, research, and writing have been industrial organization, transportation, government regulation and its impact on industry, and government technology policy. Dr. Eads has testified as an expert before a number of regulatory bodies and has presented expert testimony in numerous antitrust cases and other legal proceedings.
PhD, Economics, Yale University
MA, Economics, Yale University
BA, Economics, University of Colorado