Timothy Nash  |  Northwood University

Dr. Timothy G. Nash is a vice president and holds the Fry Chair in Free Market Economics at Northwood University. Nash joined Northwood in 1980 and received a B.B.A. from the university, an M.A. in Economics from Central Michigan University, and an Ed.D. in curriculum and instruction with his cognate in business administration from Wayne State University. He is an associate professor of Economics and Business for the undergraduate program and is an associate professor of Economics and Public Policy at the DeVos Graduate School. His travels and research have taken him to over 20 countries from China and Hong Kong to Poland and Norway where he also participated in academic colloquiums. Dr. Nash is an adjunct scholar with the Mackinac Center for Public Policy in Midland and the former State Director of Economic Education for the clergy for the State of Michigan. Dr. Nash has co-authored three books and conducted research and consulting for a number of Fortune 500 companies, GM UAW PEL, and the Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association (MEMA). He serves on the boards of the Free Enterprise Institute (FEI) in Houston, Texas, the Midland Academy of Advanced & Creative Studies, Junior Achievement of Central Michigan, Inc., and the Midland Area Chamber of Commerce.

April 15, 2011

Policies that Fuel Economic Performance

Data from the Tax Foundation and a recent ALEC study suggests that broad competitiveness policies can help fuel economic growth.
March 1, 2010

4 Reforms for Florida in a Difficult Economy

By Tim Nash, Kurt Bouwhuis, Alexander Watts, and Jonathan Williams. Florida is facing a likely $3 billion budget gap in 2011-2012, and the temptation will be...
November 15, 2009

5 Reforms for a Better Michigan

As of October, 2009, Michigan had a projected budget shortfall of $2.8 billion for the current fiscal year. In recent history, the governor and Michigan legislature have...