Greg Autry

Greg Autry is a serial entrepreneur, writer, and educator. He publishes on business, economics, trade policy, China and New Space.

Greg-SS2Greg holds a BA in history from Cal Poly Pomona as well as an MBA and PhD from the Merage School of Business at UC Irvine. He is an adjunct professor with the Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies in the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California, where he teaches small business management. Greg’s research interest is focused on innovation policy and the influences of government on entrepreneurial environments.

Greg serves on the board of the American Jobs Alliance and as Senior Economist with the Coalition for a Prosperous America, non-profit organizations dedicated to restoring America’s strength through trade reform and practical economic and industrial policy.

Greg has a regular blog on the Huffington Post and also comments at gregautry.us as well. He appears frequently on SunTV.

Greg is the co-author, with Peter Navarro, of the book Death by China and a producer on the movie, Death by China, directed by Navarro and narrated by Martin Sheen. He is a vocal critic of the Chinese Communist Party, of engaging state capitalism and of appeasing totalitarian regimes. He is a passionate advocate for human rights and the American ideals of economic and individual liberty.

Greg is an entertaining speaker on these topics as well. He has testified to the U.S. Congress and spoken at the Canadian Parliament on China issues.He has recently spoken at the Eagle Forum, the Heritage Foundation, the National Association of Business Economists, The California Democratic Party Convention, The National Press Club, the Space 2011 conference. He regularly addresses investment seminars and corporate meetings.
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