Antony Davies, Ph.D.

Education

Bio

BS, Economics, Alex G. McKenna School of Business, Economics, and Government, Saint Vincent College, 1987.

Media Training, Ogilvy Worldwide, 2000.

Ph.D., Economics, State University of New York at Albany, 1994.

Fields: Econometrics, Monetary Economics

Recipient of the Distinguished Dissertation Award.

Antony Davies is associate professor of economics at Duquesne University and Chief Academic Officer at FreedomTrust. Dr. Davies has authored more than 300 op-eds in, among others, the Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, New York Daily News, and Philadelphia Inquirer. He has produced more than 200 educational videos on economics, public policy, and statistics, and is a frequent lecturer at congressional policy conferences. In addition to teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels, Dr. Davies was Associate Producer at the Moving Pictures Institute, Chief Financial Officer at Parabon Computation, President and co-founder of Paragon Software, and co-founder and Chief Analytics Officer at Repliqa, Inc.

Affiliations

Mercatus Affiliated Senior Scholar, The Mercatus Center, Arlington, Virginia.

Strata Research Fellow, Strata, Logan, Utah.

Member, Research Program on Forecasting, George Washington University, Washington, DC.

Faculty, The Institute for Humane Studies, Arlington, Virginia.

Patents and Grants

“Economic Education,” FreedomTrust Education grant, 2014-2016.

“The Economic Contribution of Small and Family-owned Businesses,” American Family Business Foundation grant, 2011.

“Data Mining Via Grid Computing,” NASA research grant, 2006.

Co-inventor on US Patent No. 6,463,457 entitled “System and Method for the Establishment and the Utilization of Networked Idle Computational Processing Power,” issued October 8, 2002.

Teaching Experience

Ph.D. Courses Taught

International Finance

Cross-Sectional Econometrics

Time Series Econometrics

Masters Courses Taught

Corporate Finance

Business Research and Forecasting

Managerial Economics

Monetary Economics

Undergraduate Courses Taught

Computer Science

Computer Literacy

BASIC Programming

Advanced Excel Modeling

Statistical Analysis

Quantitative Analysis I

Quantitative Analysis II

Econometrics

Forecasting Techniques

Finance

Corporate Finance

Philosophy

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Philosophy of Economics

Economics

Principles of Microeconomics

Principles of Macroeconomics

Intermediate Microeconomics

Mathematical Economics

Public Sector Economics

International Economics

Game Theory

Money and Banking

Comparative Economic Systems

Global Economic Perspectives

History of Economic Thought