Dr. Nayantara Hensel
Former Chief Economist, Department of the Navy
"Challenges and Opportunities Facing the Defense Sector"
Dr. Hensel will explore the interrelationships between national security needs, budgetary concerns, and the defense industrial base. She will discuss the impact of fiscal resources and demand on the development and production of defense products, as well as its impact on defense firms. Dr. Hensel will also highlight the role of the defense sector in the US and in the global economy.
Dr, Nayantara Hensel recently authored The Defense Industrial Base: Strategies for a Changing World, as well as has written over 50 articles and research reports. She has served as the Chief Economist for the Department of the Navy, as well as has served as Senior Manager and Chief Economist for Ernst & Young’s litigation advisory group. She has taught at Harvard University, the Stern School of Business at New York University (NYU), the Naval Postgraduate School, and National Defense University, and has also served as the Pentagon Scholar in Residence. Dr Hensel was awarded the Department of Defense Joint Civilian Service Commendation Medal in 2013. She received her BA, MA, and PhD from Harvard University, where she graduated magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa and specialized in finance and economics. She has served on the Board of Directors for the National Association of Business Economists (NABE) and the National Economists Club (NEC), and has served as the Chair of the NABE Industry Survey and the Chair of the NABE Outlook Survey. Dr Hensel is an elected member of NBEIC and the Conference of Business Economists. Dr. Hensel currently serves as Associate Director at the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA).
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