Anthony J. Greco is a Professor of Economics in the College of Business at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette serving since 1984.
He received his undergraduate and masters degrees from the University of New Orleans and his Doctorate in Economics from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
His research as an Economist focuses on Government Regulation and Antitrust Economics and has published extensively in this area. He has served as a consultant for various economic initiatives in the Lafayette area and in other areas, as well.
His many awards include the UL Lafayette Business Economist Professorship and the UL Distinguished Research Professor Award.
Dr. Greco has given several interviews to local newspaper, radio and TV stations and serves as a reviewer for Economics journals.
He is married to Donna Greco (formerly Donna Dearie).
They have two sons: Joel Ph. D. in Molecular Cell Biology from Tulane University and Lyle, a Senior at LSU majoring in Finance.
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