Texas Tech University

Bradley T. Ewing, Ph.D.

Bradley T. Ewing

C.T. McLaughlin Chair of Free Enterprise - Energy Commerce

Education: Ph.D., Purdue (1994); M.A., B.A., Kent State (1991, 1987)
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Phone: 806.834.3939
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Room Number: NW 322

Email: bradley.ewing@ttu.edu

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About Brad

Bradley T. Ewing is the C.T. McLaughlin Chair of Free Enterprise in the Energy Commerce program at Texas Tech University and is on the faculty of the National Wind Institute and a research associate of the Center for Natural Hazards.  He has served on the faculty of Baylor University and Georgia Southern University.  Professor Ewing received the Ph.D. in economics from the Krannert School of Management at Purdue University in 1994.


Professor Ewing is the author of three books and over 150 peer-reviewed, refereed articles.  His work has been published in numerous journals including The Review of Economics and Statistics, Journal of Banking and Finance, The Journal of Risk and Insurance, The Energy Journal,Energy Economics, Energy Policy, Energy Sources, Geopolitics of Energy, Ecological Economics, European Journal of Operational Research, Decision Support Systems, The Engineering Economist, International Journal of Production Economics, Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics, Natural Hazards Review, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Journal of Labor Research, Southern Economic Journal, Economics Letters, Journal of Economic Education, Financial Review, Journal of Financial Research, Journal of Risk and Insurance, Small Business Economics, Journal of Macroeconomics, Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, Journal of Business Research, Health Care Management Review, Journal of Medical Practice Management, Contemporary Economic Policy, and Canadian Journal of Economics.  Dr. Ewing is founding Co-Editor of the Journal of Business Valuation and Economic Loss Analysis.  He has served on the editorial board of several journals including the Journal of Forensic Economics and the Journal of Economics and Finance.


Professor Ewing has been a consultant to the United States Attorney's Office, numerous law firms and businesses, and has been an expert witness in wrongful death, personal injury, trade secrets and intellectual property, securities fraud, and business valuation and loss cases.  He has conducted labor market and economic impact studies for the U.S. Department of Commerce, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Covenant Health System, Bulloch County Development Authority, the Development Corporation of Abilene, Texas Tech University, Texas Tech Health Sciences Center, and the DuPont Corporation.  He has conducted numerous studies examining energy markets, health care, and natural disasters.  He has received research grants from the U.S. Department of Energy, the Advanced Research Program of the State of Texas, the U.S. Department of Commerce (National Institute of Science and Technology), the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), the Permian Basin Petroleum Association, the Texas Pipeline Association, and the National Science Foundation.  Prior to becoming a professor, Dr. Ewing worked for Economic Research Services, Inc. (now ERS Group) conducting economic and statistical research in the areas of wrongful death, personal injury, reduction-in-force, promotion, termination, and discrimination.


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Rawls College of Business