Elliot Eisenberg

Elliot Eisenberg

Nationally Acclaimed Economist and Speaker

  • Formerly Senior Economist at the National Association of Home Builders
  • Simply the funniest economist you will ever hear in your life
  • Is able to explain the most difficult concepts in ways that are easy to understand and remember
  • Sends out a daily 70 word economics blog blast to over 17,000 recipients 5 days a week
  • Is a regularly featured guest on cable news programs, talk and public radio
  • Is a frequent consultant to several large real estate professional associations and firms
  • Has given more than 1,000 talks over the course of his public speak career
Speech Description

In this talk, Dr. Eisenberg not only discusses overall economic conditions including interest rates, GDP growth, inflation and unemployment, but delves more deeply into the agricultural economy. He discusses the prices of farm commodities such as cereals and proteins including beef, chicken, turkey, pork and soybeans. To that end, Eisenberg looks at changing tastes and domestic and foreign food demand, and the importance of ethanol credits. He will also explore input costs such as energy, feed, and farm implements, and farm industry profits before turning his attention to some current issues including weather and water issues. Eisenberg also talks about the rising debate and economics of BGH, GMO foods, antibiotics, free range vs. caged livestock, and grass fed vs. feedlot beef. Lastly, if desired, Elliot can touch on dairy issues, price supports and niche farming.

Elliot Eisenberg, Ph.D. is a nationally acclaimed economist and public speaker specializing in making economics fun, relevant and educational. Dr. Eisenberg earned a B.A. in economics with first class honors from McGill University in Montreal, as well as a Master and Ph.D. in public administration from Syracuse University. Eisenberg is the Chief Economist for GraphsandLaughs, LLC, an economic consultancy that serves a variety of clients across the United States. He writes a syndicated column and authors a daily 70 word commentary on the economy that is available at www.econ70.com.

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