Ian Hathaway is an experienced economist, analyst, strategic advisor, and writer. He has expertise in entrepreneurship, technology, and innovation, and at generating data-driven insights and communicating complex material to general audiences. Ian has also launched new ventures, helped young organizations get off the ground, and worked with established businesses to expand into new areas.
Ian has recently advised organizations in the Internet, software, medical technology, media, consulting, venture capital, non-profit, education, and government sectors, on a range of strategic, research, and public policy issues. He has published for a number of prominent research institutions, universities, non-profits, and businesses, and is currently developing content for a book on startup ecosystems due to publish in 2018.
Ian is regularly cited in leading press outlets, including in The New York Times, The Economist, The Washington Post, Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal, and many others. He has also been a frequent contributor at the Harvard Business Review, and an invited speaker at the OECD, Kauffman Foundation, MIT, and many leading organizations or global conferences.
Ian is currently research director at the Center for American Entrepreneurship, a nonresident senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, a research fellow at Boston University, and an adjunct professor at New York University. He is also advising companies in the venture capital, technology, media, and public policy sectors.
Previously, Ian was an economist at the Federal Reserve Bank, World Trade Organization, and Bloomberg, and founded Ennsyte Economics, a consultancy. He has also been an advisor to a number of venture-backed technology startups, investors, and non-profits.
Ian is a graduate of the University of Chicago, where he studied economics and political economy.
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