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Chief Economist

Dennis J. Fixler

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Dennis Fixler is Chief Economist of the Bureau of Economic Analysis.

 Dr. Fixler is primarily responsible for statistical quality including source data, methods, interagency data sharing, dissemination policies, and leading selected research efforts. He also coordinates cross-program research projects.

Prior to joining BEA in June 2001, Dr. Fixler was at the Bureau of Labor Statistics; most recently serving as Chief of the Division of Price and Index Number Research. Previous positions were at the Federal Trade Commission and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He has written articles on index number theory and construction, with particular attention to the development and implementation of service price indexes, as well as on other economic measurement issues. He received his Ph.D. in economics from Purdue University.

 

Education

Ph.D.
Purdue University
Economics
1978
M.S.
Purdue University
Economics
1975
B.A.
Boston University
Economics (Magna Cum Laude)
1974
Chief, Division of Price and Index Number Research
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Adjunct Professor, Department of Economics
George Washington University
Assistant Professor, School of Business Administration
University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Associate Editor Journal of Productivity Analysis
Vice President, Society for Economic Measurement
International Advisory Committee, International Productivity Monitor