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Tim Brennan appointed chief economist at FCC

Posted on January 16, 2014 3:43 PM |Permalink

Public policy and economics professor Tim Brennan has been appointed chief economist for the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) by FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler. Dr. Brennan's appointment is part of an FCC program that brings in scholars from academia to provide outside perspectives and advice on challenging issues. He will hold this full-time position, which reports to the Chairman, at least until August 2014. Read more