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International Financial System Is Still Evolving, Krueger Says

Anne O. KruegerOctober 23, 2015—The international financial system that took root after World War II still needs to grapple with issues such as the “ideal” exchange-rate regimes, the “sensible” use of capital controls, and the power of global institutions, the distinguished economist Anne O....

Economics Student Ei Ei Phyu of Burma (Myanmar) Visits Nathan Associates on Fellowship

Ei Ei PhyuOctober 7, 2015—Aspiring economist Ei Ei Phyu of Burma (Myanmar) will spend eight weeks in the Washington, D.C., area as a guest of Nathan Associates Inc., gaining exposure to the firm’s work in trade and development, infrastructure, and survey design and analysis.When not learning from...

Nathan Associates Inc. Moves Headquarters

August 11, 2015—Nathan Associates has moved its home office to a prime location directly across the Potomac River from Washington, D.C. The firm now occupies the top two floors at 1777 North Kent Street, a renovated high-rise in the Rosslyn neighborhood of Arlington, Virginia, about a mile from...

Nathan Associates Presents Data Framework for APEC Women in Transportation at White House

August 4, 2015—On July 28, Nathan’s CEO, Susan Chodakewitz, moderated an expert panel at the White House on the progress of women in the transport sectors of APEC members. Louise Williams, a principal associate of the firm, presented the data framework for measuring that progress. Expert Panel at...

Judgment Matters Over Models in Hedge Fund Investing, Metzger Says

July 16, 2015—Hedge funds present hazards for many and the highest rewards for a relatively small segment of investors, said Leon M. Metzger, an industry expert and former fund executive who teaches at New York University’s Leonard N. Stern School of Business. The fortunate investors find a manager...

Antimonopoly Systems Aren’t Built in a Day, GWU’s Kovacic Says

June 30, 2015—Which nation took almost half a century to introduce a system of competition law? Answer: the United States (from 1890 to the late 1930s). If it took that long for the United States, imagine how much “experimentation, assessment, and refinement” is required to introduce such a system...

Retired CEO Singh Sees Focus on Quality as Key to Nathan’s Continued Growth

June 17, 2015—Lakhbir Singh, the just-retired chief executive officer of Nathan Associates, said “quality and attention to detail” will ensure that the 69-year-old firm passes the century mark. “This is a great company that will continue to grow and prosper,” he said yesterday at a reception...

Economist Edward Leamer Says to Read the Message in the Model

May 18, 2015—Economics should concern itself with questions of public policy, and the usefulness of economic models determines their value, said economist and author Edward E. Leamer. What makes an economist great, he told an audience at Nathan Associates, is the ability to pick the right model for...

Susan B. Chodakewitz

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Susan Chodakewitz is a dynamic and client-focused executive whose expertise spans a full range of business services in the public and private sectors. She has a record of accomplishment in aviation, information technology, infrastructure and international relations. Ms. Chodakewitz is well known...

Susan B. Chodakewitz of Tetra Tech to Become Our Next CEO

April 2, 2015—Susan B. Chodakewitz, an accomplished and dynamic leader in business and government services, will become the next chief executive officer of Nathan Associates Inc., guiding the premier economics consulting firm through a new phase of accelerating growth. She will succeed Lakhbir...

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