Office: Eugene, OR
Ph.D. Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
B.A. Mathematics, Political Science, Economics, University of Montana
Ed is the Founder of ECONorthwest. He specializes in urban and regional economics, natural resource and environmental economics, and the economic consequences of policy decisions. As an expert witness, he has testified for litigation cases before state and federal trials. Since 1974, Ed has completed economic consulting projects for a wide range of clients including law firms; businesses; tribes; and state, local and federal governments. He has testified before administrative, legislative, congressional, and judicial bodies on a variety of economic issues. He has held positions on state, regional, and national advisory boards, including the National Advisory Council for Environmental Policy and Technology and the Oregon Progress Board. Ed is a Professor of Economics at the University of Oregon, where he has taught since 1967.