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Dr. Bill Conerly

 
ABOUT
Dr. Bill Conerly connects the dots between the economy and business decisions. As a consultant, he not only forecasts the economy but also helps business leaders understand how their challenges will change with the evolving economy. He holds a Ph.D. in economics from Duke University and was formerly Senior Vice President at First Interstate Bank.

Dr. Conerly is an on-line contributor to Forbes and the author of Businomics: From the Headlines to Your Bottomline—How to Profit in Any Economic Cycle. He is co-author of Thinking Economics, a multi-media high school economics curriculum used in 34 states.

Dr. Conerly has been interviewed on the News Hour with Jim Lehrer, CNN and local television and radio ...More
SNAPSHOT
  • Description: Company executive. Trading frequency: Infrequent
  • Interests: Bonds, REITs, Stocks - long
COMPANY
Conerly Consulting LLC Dr. Bill Conerly helps business leaders make better decisions through a better understanding of the economy. Although he’s good at theory and politics, he emphasizes actionable implications of changes in the economy. When other economists are pontificating about what Congress should do, Dr. Conerly is ...More
BLOG
Businomics The Businomics blog helps business leaders make more profitable decisions through a better understanding of the economy. Although it occasionally delves into public policy or investments, it's mostly focused on actionable information. When the business cycle turns, the Businomics blog helps business leaders ...More
Book
Businomics: From the Headlines to Your Bottom Line--How to Profit in Any Economic Cycle Business leaders know that the economy affects their sales, costs and profits. But they often fail to translate economic news into action steps that will protect and grow their profits. The solution is Businomics™: From the Headlines to Your Bottom Line: How to Profit in Any Economic Cycle, which connects ...More
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