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Policy Experts Senior Fellows Taxes
Policy Advisor, Economics
Professor, University of Arkansas at Little Rock
Director of State Campaigns, BBA Task Force
Managing Director, Political Calculations
Assistant Director of Transportation Policy, The Reason Foundation
Managing Editor, Regulation magazine; Senior Fellow, Maryland Public Policy Institute
Professor, Economics, Widener University
Senior Fellow, Fraser Institute
Professor of Economics, Ohio University
Director, Economics & Planning at the Mississippi Public Service Commission
President, TEA Party in Space
Forecaster, Investment Advisor
President, OMB Professionals
State Government Relations Manager
National Institute for Labor Relations Research, Senior Research Associate
Professor of Management, Northwestern University
Professor of Applied Economics, The Johns Hopkins University
Emeritus Professor, Norman Paterson School of International Affairs
Emeritus Professor of Transportation Studies, UNC Charlotte
Policy Advisor, Budget & Taxes
Professor of Philosophy, Rockford College
Associate Professor of Economics, Ball State University
Wisconsin State Coordinator, Tea Party Patriots
Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin - La Crosse
Professor of Economics, St. Lawrence University
Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, School of Business, University of Kansas
Professor, San Jose State University - Economics Department
Director, National Institute on Consumer Credit Management
Author, The Bear's Lair (weekly column on economics/finance)
Professor of Economics, Purchase College, SUNY
Professor Emeritus of Economics, University of Missouri-Saint Louis
Associate Dean for Executive Education, University of Wisconsin-Madison, School of Business
Senior Fellow, Economic Policy
Senior Fellow and Director of Publications
Professor of Business Economics, University of Notre Dame
Policy Analyst, DeVoe Moore Center at Florida State University
Policy Advisor, Economics
Professor of Economics, JIN Chair, Mercatus Center, George Mason University
Assistant Professor, Northeastern University
Professor, California State University-Northridge

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