Gerald Musgrave, PhD is president of Economics America, Inc., in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He has engaged in teaching and research at California State University, Michigan State University, the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, Stanford University and the University of Michigan.
Robert Moffit, PhD is the Director of the Center for Health Policy Studies at the Heritage Foundation, a conservative think-tank based in Washington D.C.
Bob McTeer, PhD is an Economic advisor to Commerce Street Capital and Protiviti, Inc. and serves on the boards of Westwood Holdings, Beal Bank, Refocus Group and Aquinas Companies.
John D. Merrifield, PhD is a Professor of Economics at the University of Texas at San Antonio, a position he has held since 1987.
Dwight Lee, PhD is a Research Fellow at The Independent Institute and the William J. O’Neil Endowed Chair Global Markets and Freedom and Scholar in Residence at Southern Methodist University.
Laurence J. Kotlikoff, PhD is Professor of Economics at Boston University, Research Associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research, Fellow of the Econometric Society, a former member of the Executive Committee of the American Economic Association, and President of Economic Security Planning, Inc., a company specializing in financial planning software.
Robert Lawson, PhD. holds the Jerome M. Fullinwider Endowed Centennial Chair in Economic Freedom in the O’Neil Center for Global Markets and Freedom. Prior to SMU, he taught at Auburn University, Capital University, and Shawnee State University.
Nora JanJan, M.D. retired in 2008 as a radiation oncologist and palliative care specialist at The University of Texas, MD Anderson Cancer Center to pursue health policy matters.
Estelle James, PhD is a consultant to the World Bank, USAID and other international organizations. Previously she was Lead Economist at the World Bank and Director of the Bank’s flagship course on pension reform.
Regina E. Herzlinger, PhD is the Nancy R. McPherson Professor of Business Administration Chair at the Harvard Business School. She was the first woman to be tenured and chaired at Harvard Business School and the first to serve on a number of corporate boards.