Loren C. Scott & Associates, Inc., is a 31-year old firm that provides economic consulting and public speaking services for a wide range of clients. Consulting activities include impact studies, forecasting services, analysis of policy proposals, and general economic analyses. Consulting clients include ExxonMobil, Entergy Corporation, J. P. Morgan Chase, Capital One Financial, Nucor, and a diversity of others. Our objective is to put together the very best team of associates to attack our clientís problems. Dr. Scott makes 50-70 presentations a year on the state of---and the outlook for---the economy.
He is one of the 32-member National Business Economic Issues Council, which meets quarterly to discuss issues of state, national, and international interest. This group has experts who cover international trade, Washington economic policy, retail trade, trucking, steel, chemicals, etc. Dr. Scott is an energy specialist on the NBEIC. He has been appointed to the Economic Advisory Board of the U.S. Council on Competitiveness---a group made up of the CEOs of the Fortune 100, top university presidents, and presidents of three major unions.
He has been interviewed on MSNBC, CNBC, Bloomberg TV, and several local TV stations and his work has been cited in such publications as the Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times, USA Today, the Los Angles Times and the Moscow Times, to name a few.
Dr. Loren C.
Scott is President and founder of the firm. He was on the Economics Department faculty at Louisiana State University from 1969 to 1998, where he rose through the ranks from Assistant Professor to the holder of the Freeport-McMoran endowed Chair of Economics. He is presently Professor Emeritus of Economics at LSU.
Over the thirteen-year period from 1983-96, Dr. Scott was the
chairman of the Economics Department at LSU. During that time,
the Departmentís ranking among the 3,000 economics departments
in the U.S. rose from 101st to 38th.
He received 7 awards at LSU for outstanding classroom
Dr. Scott is
co-developer of the Louisiana econometric model, a model used
for providing annual forecasts of the Louisiana economy, which
are released each fall. He was a co-investigator on over $1
million in grant research at LSU and is the author of over 75
articles and technical reports in addition to reports written
for consulting clients.