Computer systems analysts and game analysts are in high demand.
They can provide valuable insights that lead to better decisions and strategies.
Some of the best computer systems analysts are also game analysts, as the two can help improve game play.
Here’s a look at the best and brightest in the world.
Paul O’Neil, CPA, CFA, COO, former NFL head coach and NFL front office member, ESPN The CPA was a former NFL front-office member, and the head of a computer systems company.
He has worked with players from the Miami Dolphins, San Diego Chargers, Cleveland Browns, and Washington Redskins.
Daniel DeVos, former commissioner, former CEO, former vice president, former assistant commissioner, and former president of the National Basketball Association, ESPN He has a history of serving as a former executive and executive director of the NFL and is a former president and CEO of the NBA.
He was an NBA commissioner for the last 10 years.
David J. Smith, professor, economics, and law, American University He is the co-founder of the Institute for the Study of Sports, and is the author of several books including, The Economics of Sports: A New Survey of the Economics of the Sport, and Why the American Game Is Worth $100 Billion.
Joe Rogan, MMA fighter, commentator, and writer, “The Joe Rogans of MMA,” CNN He has been a professional MMA fighter for 20 years and has been interviewed on shows including, “PBS’s America’s Funniest Home Videos,” “The Price Is Right,” and “Hannity.”
John Daly, professor of economics, Duke University Daly is the founder of the University of California, Davis Center for the Economics and Policy of Sports.
He served as vice chair of the Economic and Policy Studies Center from 1999 to 2003.
He is also a former chief economist of the Federal Reserve Board.
Brian Sullinger, professor and chair, department of economics and finance, Harvard Business School Sullers is the director of Harvard Business Schools Center for Sports Economics.
He received a Ph.
D. in economics from Harvard Business and has written extensively on sports economics.
Greg Auerbach, economist and professor, University of Virginia, president, professor emeritus, professor at the University at Buffalo, U.S.A. Auerhaus is a professor of international affairs at the City University of New York.
He earned his Ph.
D. in International Relations from the University.
Michael B. Thomas, professor in economics, Dartmouth College He has authored books including “Inflationary Games,” “Game Theory,” and his latest book, “How to Win the Game: How to Win at Competitive and Competitive Economic Games.”
Andrew McAfee, professor professor emerita, Carnegie Mellon University Thomas earned his doctorate in economics at the Wharton School and has taught for 30 years at the universities of California at Berkeley, Columbia, Harvard, and Stanford.
Mark Pieth, professor Emeritus, University at Albany, former president, chair emeritus at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
His book, The Theory of Games, was a New York Times bestseller.
Andrew Zimbalist, professor assistant professor, business school, Stanford University Zimbel has taught introductory economics at Princeton University, Harvard University, Yale University, and Yale University-Harvard.
David Auer, professor.
emeritus professor, Massachusetts Institute.
He won a Nobel Prize for economics.
Peter Schiff, professor law professor emeritis, University and Harvard, Harvard Law School.
Schiff earned his law degree from the Massachusetts Law School and he has written a number of influential books, including “Money and the Law: How the Legal System Helps People, Businesses, and Governments Succeed.”
James Laffer, professor from economics department, Texas Tech University Laffer has written two books on the subject of money and economics.
His most recent book, Money, Growth, and Power, is a best seller.
Kevin DeWeese, professor with a doctorate, professor business, professor political science, professor economics, professor history, and professor of education, University College London DeWeeses book, How to Succeed in the World’s Most Competitive Economy, is the most widely read economics textbook of the past decade.
David Cardenas, professor instructor emeritus emeritus of economics emeritus Professor Emeritus Cardenases book, A Primer on the Economics Behind the Game, has been translated into Spanish and German.
Stephen Stolpe, professor economist emeritus and associate dean for graduate studies, University Of Michigan School of Economics and Business Stephen Stolles book “The Art of Winning in the NFL” is the best book in its field, and he is also the author and co-author of the popular book, Playing to Win: Winning at Competitive