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meet the team
Led by Dr. Allen Sinai, Chief Economist and Strategist, the DE Global Research Team collaborates to provide comprehensive monitoring, interpretation and analyses of fundamentals and factors impacting U.S. and Global Economies and Markets. The Team is comprised of several of the most talented researchers, central bank and policy analysts and econometric modeling professionals on Wall Street. Our approach includes a strong independence and objectivity which is evident in all aspects of our research and conclusions.
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CHIEF GLOBAL ECONOMIST AND STRATEGIST
Dr. Allen Sinai is CEO, Co-Founder and Chief Global Economist and Strategist of Decision Economics. Prior to DE, he was Chief Economist at Lehman Brothers and The Boston Company (1983-96). Prior to Lehman, Dr. Sinai was Chief Financial Economist at Data Resources, Inc. (1971-1983), a pioneer in new techniques of econometric modeling. Dr. Sinai has also been a non-partisan adviser and consultant to multiple facets of the U.S. Government including past Presidential Administrations, House and Senate Committees. He meets regularly with fiscal and monetary policy leaders globally including Japan, Europe, and Asia, on current matters relating to the economy, macroeconomic policy and financial markets. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Northwestern University and an A.B. from the University of Michigan.
Click on a video below to watch a compilation of Allen’s interviews
A History of Early and Accurate
As a true conduit between Economies and Financial Markets, Allen Sinai has become known for anticipating several key shifts in market cycles and the fundamentals behind them. The timeline below highlights key events in economic history and Allen’s conclusions in advance. Full reports are available upon request.
|A. 2007 Seismic Shifts: The Developed World is going through a transformation||D. 2010 A Jobless Recovery, L with and uptilt and Shocks to the system|
|B. 2008 US Economic Recession and Financial Market Devastation||E. 2011 No Double Dip, Upside to US GDP, Equities Benefit|
|C. April 2009: US Equity Bull Market Begins||F. May 2012: Equity Market Correction|
Dr. Cary Leahey
Senior Adviser and Chief U.S. Economist
Dr. Cary Leahey is a Senior Adviser and Chief U.S. Economist of Decision Economics. Prior he was Chief U.S. Financial Markets Economist at Lehman Brothers and held positions with Deutsche Bank, High Frequency Economics, and General Motors. Dr. Leahey also served on the staffs of the White House OMB and CEA. Dr. Leahey has a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania. Within his primary focus on the US economy, he gives special attention to fiscal and monetary policy, The U.S. Budget and Capital Formation
Dr. Pierre Ellis
Senior Global Fixed Income Economist
Dr. Pierre Ellis is Senior Managing Director and Senior US, Japan and Fixed Income Economist for DE specializing in the economies of the US, Canada and Japan. He previously served as Senior Economist at Lehman Brothers and Chase Manhattan Bank. Dr. Ellis has a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Chicago.
Mr. Andrew Wroblewski
Chief UK and Eurozone Economist
Mr. Andrew Wroblewski is Chief Eurozone and UK Economist specializing in the European economies and select EMG countries and currently heads the Decision Economics office in London. He formerly served as Chief Economist for Sumitomo Trust & Banking.
Dr. Francisco Larios
Chief Developing Markets Economist
Dr. Francisco Larios is Chief Emerging Markets Economist and Strategist. Prior he was a Senior Economist at Standard and Poor’s Data Resources, Inc. (now IHS Global Insight). Dr. Larios earned his Ph.D. in Economics from Florida International University.
Mr. Andrew Husby, CFA
Senior Economist & Chief Sector/Industry Economist/Strategist
Mr. Andrew Husby specializes in investment strategy, working to develop U.S. and Global Asset Allocations, and maintains the bottom-up S&P500 Sector Industry earnings models. He also covers Canada and a number of Emerging and Developing Countries. Mr. Husby earned an A.B. in Economics from Princeton University and is a CFA charter holder.