TIMOTHY J. GILL, Chief Economist, American Iron and Steel Institute
Timothy Gill has served as AISI’s Chief Economist since July 2016. In this role, he monitors, assesses, and forecasts the impact of economic conditions and policies on the North American steel industry and its end-use markets. He provides data and analytical support to AISI’s public policy, market development, and communications functions, manages its industry statistics program, and is staff director for its Commercial Research Committee.
Previously, Gill was with the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA), where he served most recently as Deputy Chief Economist. In this position, he developed the association’s monthly economic and industry outlook, conducted its business conditions survey of senior member company executives, and managed shipments forecasting programs for NEMA product groups and individual companies. His forecasts of the U.S. economy were cited by The Wall Street Journal as among the most accurate of 2011, 2012, and 2013. Earlier, he served as Senior Analyst at the American Petroleum Institute and as an economist with DRI/McGraw-Hill.
Gill speaks frequently on the business environment and contributes to outlook surveys compiled by Bloomberg, the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia and The Wall Street Journal, among others. He is an active member of the National Association for Business Economics (NABE) and currently chairs its outlook survey committee. He holds a B.A. from John Carroll University and an M.A. in economics from Miami University, and is a Certified Business Economist™ (CBE), receiving the designation as a member of the inaugural CBE class of 2015.