Antony Davies is a Mercatus Center–affiliated senior scholar at George Mason University and associate professor of economics at Duquesne University. He also is a member of the Research Program on Forecasting  at George Washington University. He specializes in econometrics, public policy, and economic psychology. Davies has authored op-eds in more than 30 newspapers, including the Wall Street Journal and the Los Angeles Times, and is a regular columnist for US News & World Report and the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. He is a frequent lecturer at policy conferences on Capitol Hill and in some state capitals.
Davies was chief analytics officer at Parabon Computation, president and cofounder at Paragon Software (now Take-Two Interactive), and cofounder and chief analytics officer at Repliqa (now Zoo Entertainment). He has received two NASA research grants and a US patent for his work.
Davies earned his BS in economics from Saint Vincent College and his PhD in economics from the State University of New York at Albany.