Dr. Allen Sinai
About Dr. Allen Sinai - Chief Global Economist and Strategist of Decision Economics:
Dr. Allen Sinai is the Chief Global Economist / Strategist and President of Decision Economics, Inc. (DE), a U.S. and Global economic and financial markets information and advisory firm located in New York, London, and Boston. Dr. Sinai is responsible for the forecasts and analyses of the U.S. and global economies and financial markets, business and investment implications, and the translating of this information for use in bottom-line decisions by senior level decisionmakers in financial institutions, corporations, and government. Over many decades, he has advised policymakers in Washington, Japan and globally, the U.S. Congress, and both Republican and Democratic Administrations on the economy, policy, and strategy.
Known for his forecast accuracy and identification of
Big Wave trends in the U.S. and the world, Dr. Sinai brings a unique blending of academics and research, experience working and participating in financial markets and financial institutions, involvement in Washington and other Centers in policy, and business and investment experience to his work. He is known for his unique ability to translate the often arcane world of economics, policy, and financial markets to his audiences in clear, intuitive, and actionable terms.
Dr. Sinai has taught at a number of universities, including Brandeis, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston University, New York University, Northwestern University, and the University of Illinois-Chicago and published numerous articles in the scientific and lay literature. His research has emphasized financial and real business cycles and the integration of the financial side of the economy into the analysis and forecasting of real economic activity. He is a pioneer in the use of quantitative structural macroeconometric models in a National Economic and Financial Systems approach to forecasting and analyses of the economy and financial markets.
From 1983-96, Dr. Sinai was at Lehman Brothers, Inc., as a Managing Director, Chief Global Economist, and the Director of Lehman Brothers Global Economics. He was also Executive Vice President and Chief Economist of The Boston Company, an investment and private banking subsidiary of Lehman Brothers. Previously, from 1971-83, Dr. Sinai was Chief Financial Economist, Co-Director of the Financial Institutions Group (FIG), and a Senior Vice President at the Lexington, Massachusetts based pioneering firm Data Resources, Inc. Dr. Sinai obtained his B.A. Degree in Economics at the University of Michigan and holds an M.A. and Ph. D. Degrees in Economics from Northwestern University.
Over the years, Dr. Sinai is frequently has appeared in hundreds of U.S. and international television and radio programs and in the news media. He has given scores of lectures and seminars in academic, business, financial and other settings in the U.S. and internationally. In 1992, Dr. Sinai was selected as one of the ten
Smartest People in Boston by Boston Magazine. Time Magazine has said of him,
Anyone who thinks economics is a dismal science has never been treated to the vivid commentaries of Allen Sinai.
Allen Sinai and his wife, Lee, a writer, live in Lexington and Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts. The Sinais have two children, Todd, a professor at The Wharton School and Lauren, who works for a private equity firm, Prospect Partners, in Evanston, Illinois. The Sinais have five grandchildren.
What Dr. Allen Sinai Talks About:
Global Economic Megatrends and Implications for Business
Financial Market Prospects on U.S., World, Interest Rates, and Stock Market
The Investment Outlook
Economic Trends and Company Implications
The 'New Economy' and Business Strategies for the Next Century
Investments for this Decade and Beyond