Jon LieberPrincipal, Economics and Statistics at PwC
Jon is a principal in PwC’s National Economics and Statistics (NES) group. He advises clients on the legislative and regulatory outlook, and helps them quantify how tax policy changes affect their business by modeling the impact of changes in the policy and economic landscape.
Jon has wide-ranging experience in economic policy, with a focus on tax, trade, and innovation policy. Before joining PwC he worked as the practice head for the United States at the Eurasia Group, the world’s largest political risk consulting firm, advising leading asset managers and Fortune 50 companies on how policy changes will affect their investment decisions. Prior to that, Jon directed policy research as chief economist at a San Francisco-based technology company. Jon spent over a decade in government service, starting as an economist at the House Ways and Means Committee, working at the National Economic Council at the White House under President Bush, and most recently as the economic policy advisor for now-Senate Majority Leader McConnell, providing strategic and policy guidance related to tax, trade, and financial services.
Jon started his career researching monetary policy for Dr. Allan Meltzer at the American Enterprise Institute. Jon is from California and has a master's degree in economics and a bachelor's degree in philosophy from Tufts University.