|Current||Director of the
Manufacturing Policy Project, a Washington-based policy institute.
Teaches Advanced Issues Management at the George Washington University's Graduate School of Political Management.
Hosts the nationally syndicated daily radio program, The Pat Choate Show.
|Career||Vice presidential running
mate for Ross Perot in 1996.
Senior Policy Analyst for Economics, and then Vice President for Policy Analysis at TRW, 1981-90.
Senior positions in the U.S. Department of Commerce and the Office of Management and Budget.
Commissioner of Economic Development for the State of Tennessee.
Economic advisor to two governors of Oklahoma.
|Activities||Author or co-author of six
books: Agents of Influence (1990, A.A.Knopf); The High Flex Society
Juyne Linger (1986); America in Ruins w/ Susan Walter (1983, Duke
Press); Thinking Strategically; Being Number One: Rebuilding
the U.S. Economy w/ Gail G. Schwartz (1980, Lexington Books); and Save
Your Job, Save Our Country: Why NAFTA Must Be Stopped Now w/ Ross Perot
|Education|| Ph.D. in Economics
from the University of Oklahoma.
|Age||58 years old.|