Learn about the technical, regulatory, and economic aspects of the mobile wireless revolution and its impact on society.
Barry Patrick Keating is a microeconomist who works in the areas of predictive analytics and regulation. His forecasting and data mining textbook (in its sixth edition with McGraw-Hill) is the best-selling forecasting book for use in colleges and universities. He consults with both forecasting and analytics software producers and firms with forecasting problems (e.g., Cadbury, Microsoft, Southwest Airlines, Starbucks, Toyota, Wells Fargo, etc.). Keating is a Heritage Foundation Fellow (1992-96), a Heartland Institute Research Fellow, Former President of the Economic Club of Michiana, former Chair of the Department of Finance at Notre Dame, and serves on the Board of Advisors of both the Indiana Policy Review Group and the Institute of Business Forecasting.